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Weld is the reference implementation of CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform which is the Java standard for dependency injection and contextual lifecycle management and one of the most important and popular parts of the Java EE platform.

Weld is integrated into many Java EE application servers such as WildFly, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, GlassFish, Oracle WebLogic and others. Weld can also be used in a Servlet-only environment (Tomcat, Jetty) or plain Java SE environment.

Try Weld Today

To use Weld today, download the WildFly server (formelly JBoss AS) and add the following code to the pom.xml file of your application:


For alternative ways of using Weld, see the download section or the reference documentation.

Weld Book

The latest book on Weld is now available:


  • An update on Weld 3

    2014-12-10: Jozef Hartinger

    Today we are releasing the third Alpha release of Weld 3. These Alpha releases serve as prototypes of changes currently being discussed by the CDI expert group for the upcoming CDI 2.0. The Alpha releases are not suitable for production use as the new API and functionality are still subject to change. We are...

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  • Weld 3.0.0.Alpha1 released!

    2014-10-2: Jozef Hartinger

    Today we are releasing Weld 3.0.0.Alpha1. This release serves as an early proof of concept of some of the ideas that are being discussed by the CDI Expert Group for the upcoming CDI 2.0 specification. Furthermore, this is a great opportunity for the community to test-drive some of the proposed improvements...

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  • Weld.Next

    2014-9-18: Jozef Hartinger

    Today, we released Weld 2.2.5.Final. The fifth mostly bug-fixing release in the series addresses 23 issues. In addition, the Servlet module got an update and among other things now supports: all three bean discovery modes (e.g. only explicitly annotated classes will be loaded as CDI beans) bean archive isolation using Jandex for faster deployment...

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