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Stripes by Example
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Stripes had the advantage of being built after Java 1.5 was released. This means that, unlike many other frameworks that rely heavily on XML configuration files (yuck!), the author (Tim Fennell) was able to take advantage of annotations. Stripes prides itself in the no-configuration stance it takes, and rightly so. This chapter covers the remainder of the annotations available in the Stripes framework.

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Watson, B. (2015). Other Annotations. In: Stripes by Example. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-0980-6_11

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