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Guice vs Spring DI

Vijitha Kumara
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Hi Dhanji Prasanna,

How do you compare the DI implementations in both Spring and Guice ? Is there any substantial difference(s) in performance ? Since Guice primarily focuses on DI is it better than Spring's counterpart ?

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Hello,

Here is a comparison from the Guice wiki:
http://code.google.com/p/google-guice/wiki/SpringComparison

In performance, a speed test we wrote outdid spring 1.0 by 100x and spring 2.5 by 10x (This benchmark is available in the Guice code repository). Both continue to make speed improvements.


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