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Avoiding Java Boilerplate Code with Project Lombok

ramiro__nd profile image Ramiro Originally published at auth0.com Updated on ・1 min read

In this article you will learn how to avoid boilerplate code from your Java projects. You will do so by using features of Project Lombok, a wonderful Java library that was created to help developers speed up. You will learn how to use this library's features by using them on small examples.

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Avoiding Java Boilerplate Code with Project Lombok

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Martin Huter

I tried Lombok some time ago, but in the end got rid of it again.

The thing is, it's not part of the java standard, so you need in every IDE a plugin to navigate properly and have no syntax errors.

The roll out for intelliJ and Eclipse plugin was really to slow for my pace when I used it.

This might have changed.

If they would decide to add this to the standard somehow I would instantly jump on it again.

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Harshit • Edited

Some error in the link? Link redirects to the blog "React Hooks".

Here: auth0.com/blog/overview-of-react-h...

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Ramiro Author

Thanks a lot for the heads up, I've fixed the link ✅

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Rajat Arora

Link is incorrect!

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Ramiro Author

Thanks a lot for the heads up, I've fixed the link ✅

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