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Coinjema 1.0 Production Release

Coinjema is a very different sort of Dependency Injection framework for Java/AspectJ projects.

Posted by Michael Stover 2006-12-04

Coinjema 0.6 Release - First Beta

Coinjema, the simple and powerful dependency injection library, has released it's first beta version. The factory pattern and the static keyword are now obsolete.

Posted by Michael Stover 2006-05-31

Coinjema Version 0.5 Released

Explore an alternate style of IoC framework with Coinjema. It will change the way you think about application configurability.

Posted by Michael Stover 2006-04-11

Coinjema 0.4 Released

The API-free Dependency Injection solution for Java using AspectJ and Groovy. Read about it at http://coinjema.sourceforge.net

Posted by Michael Stover 2006-02-03

Coinjema Goes Alpha With 0.3 Release

Coinjema goes alpha with release 0.3. Coinjema is an aspect-oriented tool that provides your java objects, behind the scenes, with everything they need to do their thing. No more wiring services and components in XML. Yet Coinjema is powerful and flexible.

Posted by Michael Stover 2005-12-16

Coinjema 0.2 released

Coinjema is aspect-oriented framework that provides your objects, behind the scenes, with everything they need to do what they do. No more wiring services and components in XML. Yet Coinjema is powerful and flexible.

Posted by Michael Stover 2005-06-29

Initial Coinjema Release

Coinjema is an experimental AOP/IoC project making it's first pre-alpha release (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=140644). See http://coinjema.sourceforge.net for more information.

Posted by Michael Stover 2005-06-18

Coinjema Underway

The Coinjema project has begun and sources have been imported into CVS here at SourceForge. Coinjema - also called The Context Injection Machine - is an attempt to reduce the Dependency Injection design concept to its bare essentials, thus reducing complexity while increasing power and flexibility.

The current code is fully functional as is, but doesn't have a convenient build/distribution yet, and needs some documentation on how to set it up, configure, and use.

Posted by Michael Stover 2005-06-07

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