Introduction to the ASM 2.0 Bytecode Framework (12 tags)
J2SE 5.0 made major changes to the language, and version 2.0 of the ASM bytecode manipulation toolkit is well-suited to handle them. In this article, Eugene Kuleshov shows how ASM 2.0 makes working with bytecode easier, and even offers an example of how to map the external dependencies in an arbitrary .jar file.
Using the ASM Toolkit for Bytecode Manipulation (4 tags)
ASM is making inroads in the Java bytecode manipulation community--it's used by Groovy, AspectWerkz, BeanShell, and others--because of its light weight and good performance. Eugene Kuleshov shows how to get started with ASM.