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What does DI stand for?

DI stands for Dependency Injection

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Java EE 6 includes Context and Dependency Injection (CDI), a standards-based, modern programming framework that makes it easier for developers to build dynamic applications and picks up where some proprietary frameworks left off, the company said.
Chapters are in sections on the web tier, web services, Enterprise Beans, 5 contexts and dependency injection for the Java EE Platform, the Java Persistence API, security, and Java EE supporting technologies.
Dependency Injection Generally, the collaborators of an object should be given to the object--the object should not get the collaborators itself.
They present testing patterns that will work with virtually any testing tool, framework, or language, and show how to leverage key Java platform improvements designed to facilitate testing, such as dependency injection and mock objects.
The OSGi Enterprise Expert Group created the specification to answer enterprise needs including: * integration of established Java Enterprise Edition technologies into an OSGi environment; * multiple, interoperable, dependency injection based component models; * distributed service model for multiple service platforms and external, heterogeneous systems; * database persistence support; and * enterprise-class life cycle and configuration management.