Archive for the 'OWNER API' Category



For the ones who don’t know what OWNER library is, you can read my previous article here: Introducing OWNER, a tiny framework for Java Properties files. It has been a long time since I posted the Part 1 of this article, and version 1.0.3 was just released. Now I should probably write about version 1.0.4 […]

In the last blog post I introduced what is the OWNER API and how to use it. Basically it is tiny library that helps reducing the Java code to read the configuration for your application from Java Properties files. You can find full documentation here. Version 1.0.0 was having the very basic features, and now I’m […]

I never liked to create “wrapper” classes for properties files. Do you know… those classes like: public class MyAppConfig { private static Properties p = …; public static String serverName() { return p.getProperty(“server.name”); } public static int serverPort() { return Integer.parseInt(p.getProperty(“server.port”)); } …. } There’s nothing really bad about those classes. Only that they don’t […]




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