Introducing InversifyJS 2.0
I released InversifyJS 1.0 about a year ago. Back then it had some nice features like transient and singleton scope but it was far from what I wanted to achieve.
InversifyJS is an open-source inversion of control (IoC) container for TypeScript applications.
InversifyJS 2.0 (v2.0.0-alpha.3) is finally here and I’m really excited to be able to show you what it is capable of.
InversifyJS 2.0 is lightweight library because one of my main goals is to add a little run-time overhead as possible. The latest build is only 4 KB (gzip) and it has no dependencies.
Another nice thing is that InversifyJS can be used in both web browsers and Node.js. However, in some environments some features may require some ES6 shims (e.g. Providers requires Promises and Proxy requires ES6 Proxies).
Note: This version is a
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