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By mswatcher
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Published: Feb 06 2012 / 07:56

In this article, the first of several in which I explore various options for building Java EE applications in JavaFX 2.0, I perform a direct port of Richard Bair’s FXML+Guice dependency injection example into Spring. (Richard Bair is Oracle’s Chief Architect for the Client Java Platform.) Many developers still believe that Spring is all about XML configuration files, but it has evolved a lot since the early days. I’m going to use Spring’s annotation-based configuration to create a pure Java example (i.e., zero Spring XML) that looks almost identical to the Guice one.
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arungupta replied ago:

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There is no Java EE content in the article at all, completely misleading title.

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henk replied ago:

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Other than the download link, there's no Java EE at all in the article :|

It's about recreating an example that used Guice, by using Spring instead. Peculiar...

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