A DI container using promises
npm install --save services-as-promised
var Container = Container;var services = '/path/to/services/directory';services
Resolving services as promises allows for asynchronous instanciation of them.
In the example above, the
db service has the time to asynchronously connect
to the database.
// this file under your `services` directoryexports resolve reject
The sync example would be a shame to even detail here.
Bottom-line, the register function returns a promise which resolves to your service singleton.
Here is an example with Mocha, because Mocha rules.
var Container = TestContainer;var MyService = ;;
You can run the tests with
npm test. You will need to know mocha
Anyone is welcome to submit issues and pull requests
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