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Java API Design Guidelines

by martin on December 28th, 2010

Eamonn McManus wrote this blog article about API design guidelines for Java. This includes some generic words of advice such as designing for change, being minimal, being easy to use and learn, etc. In terms of Java specific guidelines, McManus talks about the problems of using interfaces and packages, and provides specific advice such as using immutable classes, static final fields, and avoiding Cloneable.

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