See Context & Dependency Injection from Java EE 6 in Action

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Java EE 6 introduced the new Context & Dependency Injection (CDI) specification and for the first time it is now possible and practical to build a full app just using the Java EE specification - all …

Java EE 6 introduced the new Context & Dependency Injection (CDI) specification and for the first time it is now possible and practical to build a full app just using the Java EE specification - all the pieces for an application is available out of the box on a Java EE 6 certified container.

This talk will briefly introduce you to the concepts of CDI and then via code examples show how CDI and Java EE 6 have been used to implement key aspects of the application.

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