Eliminate Java verbosity the easy way

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Brian M. Carey

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: February 16, 2010

Lombok is a Java™ utility that enables you to eliminate Java verbosity, specifically with plain old Java objects (POJOs). It does this with the use of annotations. You can save a lot of time constructing methods like hashCode() and equals(), as well as the usual assortment of accessors and mutators, by implementing Lombok in the development environment.

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ArticleTitle=Eliminate Java verbosity the easy way