Eclipse 4 (e4) Tutorial: Behavior Annotations

In the last part of my Eclipse 4 (e4) tutorial, I describe details about how to control the parameters injected using the annotations @Inject, @Named and @Optional. These parameters allow you to specify more precisely which object is injected and what happens if required parameters cannot be resolved. However, there are several use cases where you want to specify more precisely the point in time when an injection happens. Eclipse 4 defines behavior annotations for this purpose. In the newest part of my tutorial, I describe these annotations in detail:
http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/tutorials/eclipse-4-e4-tutorial-part-6-behavior-annotations/

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