Optimizing International Trade: 5 Key Benefits of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)
Too Long; Didn't ReadThe article discusses various approaches to implement monkey-patching in Java. It begins with an explanation of monkey-patching and introduces the Decorator Design Pattern as a method to achieve similar functionality. The article then explores Java Proxy as a generic decorator and demonstrates its use. Instrumentation in Java is explained as a means to transform bytecode before loading it through a Java agent. Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) with AspectJ is also covered as a way to apply aspects across different object hierarchies. The article briefly mentions using Java compiler plugins for bytecode manipulation and concludes by suggesting criteria for choosing between these techniques based on factors like build-time vs. runtime, complexity, and security concerns.