This site aims to be a comprehensive guide to OWNER. We’ll cover topics such as getting started with the basic features, the advanced usages, and give you some advice on participating in the future development of OWNER itself.
So what is OWNER, exactly?
The OWNER API is a Java library with the goal of minimizing the code required to handle application configuration via Java properties files.
OWNER is shipped as a JAR file, and it can also be downloaded from the Maven Central Repository.
The inspiring idea for this API comes from GWT i18n (see here).
The problem in using GWT i18n for loading property files is that it only works
Also, GWT is a big library and it is designed for different purposes, than configuration.
Since I liked the approach I decided to implement something similar, and here we are.
Tips, Notes, and Warnings
Throughout this guide there are a number of small-but-handy pieces of information that can make using OWNER easier, more interesting, and less hazardous. Here’s what to look out for.
Tips help you get more from OWNER
These are tips and tricks that will help you be a OWNER wizard!
Notes are handy pieces of information
These are for the extra tidbits sometimes necessary to understand OWNER.
Warnings help you not blow things up
Be aware of these messages if you wish to avoid certain death.
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