Dependency Injection is one form of Inversion of Control technique that supports the Dependency Inversion principle (the last one of SOLID Principles – decoupling software modules). In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at way to implement Dependency Injection pattern in Node.js. ContentsDependency Injection OverviewImplement Dependency Injection in Node.jsInject DependencyImplement dependenciesCreate logger-console moduleCreate logger-file moduleCreate Client … Continue reading "How to implement Dependency Injection in Node.js with Example"
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Looks at an example of how Test-Driven Development improves code quality. Writing clean, maintainable code is a challenging task. Fortunately, there are many patterns, techniques, and reusable solutions available to us to make achieving that task much easier. Dependency Injection is one of those techniques, which is used to write loosely-coupled yet highly-cohesive code.
This article is devoted to an approach for setting up local Windows API hooks. This article will also provide you with a DLL (dynamic link library) injection example: we will demonstrate how you can easily hook the system network adapter enumerator API call to manipulate the returned network adapter info.
I'm a huge fan of Dependency Injection (DI). It's gotten to the point where it's almost in my blood (pun intended). DI is standard issue on all my team's projects, and I fail any code reviews that don't include it unless there's a really solid reason why it doesn't work for that particular scenario.
I've lately been feeling my way around getting an actual, production-ready ASP.NET Core app developed, and one of the features I've really been digging (one of many) is native support for Dependency Injection (DI). DI is huge in modern web apps, so making it the default for ASP.NET