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What is the leading DI framework at the moment?

Johan Pelgrim
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There are a couple of DI framework(Spring, Guice, JBoss Seam / Web Beans), which one is emerging as the leader? Or will JSR 330 -- the collaboration between Spring and Guice lead the pack?



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Alaa Nassef
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I would refer you to Dhanji's answer here


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