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By andrewconner
Published: Feb 13 2013 / 08:37

One of Play! Framework 2.1‘s latest features is the ability to construct controllers, so you can use dependency injection. Briefly, the benefits of using dependency injection is that you will have more modular, extensible, flexible, and testable code. At FortyTwo, we use Guice (a lightweight DI framework by Google) for many of our system components. I’ll show you how to easily integrate Guice into an example Play! 2.1 Scala project and then show you how this greatly improves your codebase’s flexibility.
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