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The ongoing POJO-revolution is a form of code generation that disseminates in the Java landscape. Many modern Java libraries and frameworks do their magic by defining on-demand classes during a Java application’s runtime. With the goal to design a transparent library that won’t weaken the type system of our application, we look at a sample annotation based security framework and go over the typical approaches to runtime code generation on JVM.

Posted by raphw  |   Jul 02 2014 / 03:41

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