OSX has a lot of hidden gems in it. For other operating systems, when you need to find out this kind of gems (if they have :P), you have to wait to become a pro-user. Most of the time, it’s gonna be non-intuitive. However, OS X is nothing like that. Finding these little things are really easy and intuitive.
This week, I was working with some XML operations through browser. And I found an excellent plugin for Safari. As you already know, Safari doesn’t show XML files out-of-the-box. And this was something that really annoys me about Safari. Everytime I was forced to open Firefox when i need an XML view. Anyway, finally I found this nice plugin. It’s really nice, and better than stupid Firefox XML view :D
Before talking about Static Initializer, I wanna talk a little bit about what is this static thingy in Java.