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Learning Google Guice by Hussain Pithawala

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Scoping

Scoping is a way to control the lifetime of an object. Guice upon request creates the object and injects the dependencies. A classic example could be of a Singleton class, where in every reference must lead to the same object. Another such example could be a Value object, such as SearchRequest and SearchRespone, wherein every processRequest invocation should be done with a new SearchRequest instance.

Singletons with Guice

Singleton is a design pattern used to create a single object, which would be referred by all references throughout the application life cycle. It is basically a provision to always return the reference to a single object.

Generally singletons are implemented via static factory methods, which have synchronized blocks to ensure ...

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