Dependency Injection for Node.js. Heavily inspired by AngularJS.
This readme describes how to set up your working space in order to run the tests and hack on it. See How can I use it on how to use this DI framework in your project.
# Clone this repo (or your fork).git clone# Install all the the dev dependencies, such as Karma, Gulp, etc.npm install# If you wanna use "karma" or "gulp" commands, install also:npm install -g karma-clinpm install -g gulp
This will start Karma and Chrome (with
--harmony enabled). Karma will watch the source code and run the tests anytime you save a change.
# Transpile ES6 into ./compiled/*gulp build# Watch all the sources and transpile on any changegulp watch
gulp build_examplesgulp serve
I talked about this DI framework at the ng-conf, here are some more links...
Also, here is the original design doc, which is quickly becoming out-dated ;-)