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From xVik <2...@inbox.ru>
Subject Google guice released.. lets take a look
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2007 04:26:29 GMT

Google just released its little opensource ioc framework
tss flame is here
http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=44593

framework site is here http://code.google.com/p/google-guice/

im asking hivemind authors (and of course, Howard) to look at guice user
guide
There are many little pretty things that can help with hivemind evolution

I wont to notice binding.. api is really (really!!!) beautiful
just look: binder.bind(Service.class).to(ServiceImpl.class);
its almost like natural language (im impressed!)
..also have a look to binding depending on annotation:
bind(Service.class).annotatedWith(Blue.class).toBlueService.class);

i have no time to go deep in guice, but i already see its not hivemind
competitor (for now, but remember its only first release) in serious
progects
Guice presents only annotation -based dependecy injection and some aop
functionality
The aim (as i think) was simplicity and performance (google likes little but
perfect tools)

compering to hivemind it have no:
modularity support
configurations

also hivemind have annotation configurations (in 2.x) ..so guice cannot get
something new for
hivemind users except of very short learning curve, beauty binding syntax
and performance 
(i havn't measure, but i think hivemind 2 will be little slower then guice,
but i think tapestry ioc should be equal or faster (maybe someone will
perform some tests))

thank everyone for attention.. i hope hivemind will teach some aspects from
guice
i still think hivemind is the best ioc 
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