Jeta Proxy allows you to create proxy objects. Let’s demonstrate this feature with an example.

Assume we have an interface Ping that we use to test connection to a server. It contains execute method which returns the ping time:

interface Ping {
    void setUri(String uri);
    int execute();

There’s a real implementation of Ping and it works well. Now we need to create a proxy class to be able to wrap an implementation and substitute some logic, e.g. divide the actual time of the ping by 2.

The main aspect of Jeta Proxy is that you need to create an abstract class and implement only the method you want to override:

public abstract class FixTheTruth implements Ping, AbstractProxy<Ping> {
    public int execute() {
        return real().execute() / 2;

Note You can access the real Ping implementation via real() method.

Well, in our proxy-wrapper we invoke real implementation and divide its result by two. To create the proxy-class we need a host class in which we are going to use @Proxy feature:

public ProxyTest {
    Ping ping;

    public PingTest(Ping ping) { = ping;

    public void test() {
        MetaHelper.createProxy(this, ping);
        System.out.println(String.format("ping '%s'...", ping.getUri()));
        System.out.println(String.format("done in %dms", ping.execute()));


Now, let’s define the helper method:

public static void createProxy(Object master, Object real) {
    new ProxyController(getInstance().metasitory, master).createProxy(real);

Please, follow this link if you have questions about MetaHelper.

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Stable version: 2.3
Available on Java 1.7+
Android Compatible
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