As software architects and designers, we have a common goal: simplicity. We want to archive success, mainly because the clarity in the code guarantees a readable and maintainable code. We seek several articles, books, videos, and literature to archive this, such as “Effective Java,” “Clean Code,” “Design Pattern” by GoF, and so on. Doing it bare-handed is pretty hard: we explore tools to make our life easier, mainly when discussing enterprise design architecture. To help, we’re lucky to have CDI to make our life easier.

CDI is a Jakarta EE specification that works as glue in the platform. As defined in the specification

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