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Java Refreshable Objects

Java Refreshable Objects is an implementation of a proposed architectural pattern called "refreshable caching". It is an alternative to the "publish/subscribe" pattern and an addition to the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architectural pattern. The refreshable object library allows programmers to avoid definition of caching variables and programming use of them. The core purpose of the mechanism to save a programmer from the tedium of programming different object property caching aspects while retaining the possibility to define what properties to cache in a declarative manner.

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