Generic Programming, Java Generic, and JGL 5.0PDF file
JGL Toolkit 5.0 brings JDK 5.0 features to generic programming in the spirit of the C++ Standard Template Library (STL). The JGL Toolkit has been brought up to date with generic type parameters and an expanded component set and functionality over previous releases. JGL started out as being very much about collections. With the advent of the Java Collections framework, JGL's unique approach to generic programming with specialized iterators, containers, functions, and predicates have endeared themselves to large numbers of programmers. Now, JGL has been updated with generic type parameters to classes and static methods.
Author
James C. Bender, Software Engineer, Recursion Software, Inc.
Published
2005
Generic Programming with JGL 4PDF file
This article provides a brief introduction to generic programming concepts and discusses how JGL®, the Generic Library for Java, from Recursion Software, Inc. supports generic programming. The intended audience for this article is the Java developer with moderate familiarity with Java 2 Collections API concepts, such as collections and iterators.
Author
John Lammers, Software Engineer, Recursion Software, Inc.
Published
2004