Last week I mentioned a nice guide about dependency injection in Objective-C explaining what it is, and how to perform simple dependency injection without a framework.
In the past I mentioned the excellent Typhoon framework which provides a nice clean way to perform dependency injection without XML, macros or magic strings.
Recently Jasper Blues of the Typhoon framework messaged me about a major update to version 2.0.
According to Jaspers message some of the significant new features in this update include:
– New memory scopes specially for Objective-C mobile and desktop
– A more compact API
– More added injection types
– Vastly improved documentation with many excellent tutorials added
You can find the Typhoon Framework over on the homepage.
A nice update to an excellent dependency injection framework.