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  • Using Spring's IoC to create an "plugins architecture" for my Android app?

    I want to implement a plugins system for an Open Source app, because it has become really large, with many features that only a few users need. Releasing different apps is not a good solution, because userA wants feature7 and feature24 whilst userB wants feature39 and feature24.

    Can Spring's inversion of control / dependency injection features be used to achieve this?

    Here is what I would like a plugin to be able to do:
    - Redefine the layout of a particular screen
    - Redefine a method of a class

    The form of the plugin could be a file on the SD card, an app, or anything else.

    Thanks a lot!
    Nicolas Raoul

    (I also posted a similar question on StackOverflow)

  • #2
    Currently, Spring for Android does not include IoC support. However, there are other third party projects that offer some level of IoC for Android. This blog post details some of those options.

    http://blog.springsource.org/2011/08...-with-android/

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