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Scala is all about scalable,functional, immutability and most importantly less piece of code! While building a framework using shared-nothing architecture, i came across the requirement of linking/referencing various modules(rather services) together. Dependency injection was an obvious choice. Let’s take ahead this discussion with further exploration of Dependency Injection(DI) and various possible ways to accomplish it. Dependency Injection is basically providing the objects that an object needs (its dependencies) instead of having it construct them itself. It’s a very useful technique for testing, since it allows dependencies to be mocked or stubbed out.In other word, Dependency injection is a design pattern whose core principle is to separate behavior from dependency

Posted by knoldus  |   Jul 05 2014 / 01:59

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