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exPOJO: version 1.3 released!

exPOJO Version 1.3 has recently been released.

It now makes dependency injection even easier to use. Simply configure the ExpojoServletFilter in your web.xml and voila!! Too easy.

For the lovers of the highly productive "exposed POJO domain model" pattern you will find the latest version of POJO irresistable.

Read more and download here.

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