Earlier this year I mentioned the Typhoon dependency injection framework providing Spring style dependency injection using XML or Objective-C objects.
Here’s a new dependency injection framework called AppleGuice inspired by Google’s Guice dependency injection framework for Java.
As developer Tomi Shri stated in his submission:
AppleGuice (pronounced apple – juice) is a new and revolutionary dependency injection framework for iOS.
It works much like Google’s Guice framework, with the proper Objective-C adjustments.
AppleGuice lets you write clean, reuseable and testable code with ease.
No XML, bindings or unique init methods are required so AppleGuice can be implemented into your code with minimal changes.
You can find AppleGuice on Github here.
A nice straightforward Guice style dependency injection framework.
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