Inversion of control (IoC) and dependency injection (DI) can be quite confusing at first. I remember particularly struggling to figure out when exactly I should use DI\IOC, a question I’m sure most people have asked. 2,384 more words
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When you have a class that uses methods or access properties of other objects it is easy to instantiate an object you need in the class and access those methods or properties but it is making the code coupled and hard to read, test and maintain. 467 more words
Dependency Injection is an important pattern, one of the five SOLID principles of software engineering.
Traditionally procedural programming takes control from the start of the execution and use a lot of conditional statements to execute the exact configurations that the system is tuned for. 943 more words
Dependency Injection (DI) is a software design pattern that allow us to develop loosely coupled code. DI is a great way to reduce tight coupling between software components. 566 more words
Aaaand we are on part 3, and you still don’t know what the hell am I talking about. OK. Lets explain a little more, and we’ll continue on the types of injection and Service Locators and DI Containers. 1,408 more words