Welcome to the home page of the Glue Stick Dependency Injection Framework
Glue Stick is a library that is used for assembling Java applications using information stored in external bean definition files. Compared with other dependency injection framework, Glue Stick aims to be faster and simpler to use.
Glue Stick can use several parallel threads for creating beans. It can record profiling information from one bean creation run that it can use in later runs to optimize in which order it creates beans.
Bean definitions may be written in the Spring Framework XML file format, in Glue Stick's variant of JSON, GSON, or as Groovy scripts.
- 02/11/2010: Glue Stick 1.0 released!
- The first public version of Glue Stick was released.