With spring 4.2 (released more than one year ago) serious improvements regarding embedded events were made. You probably already know it, but I’ve never had a chance to properly investigate it. Lately, when digging into code base of the system I’m currently working on I got an opportunity to see it in action and after quick glimpse, I decided to investigate it a bit further.
Some time ago I’ve been trying to dynamically create spring beans. After fast stackoverflow check I decided to drop it and go with something else. Lately I’ve been trying to implement more complicated bean registration mechanism in which skipping dynamic bean creation wasn’t an option. Here’s how you can create spring beans “from code”.
Page object pattern is common practice when writing automated tests using selenium. It allows to gather all possible operations on the page in one place and hide page implementation details from test case. Page object pattern can be used in the same way for angular directives, react and [put framework name here] components.