Grapht is a light-weight dependency injector. It converts the dependency injection problem into a graph-based problem that can be solved and analyzed without constructing any components until a solution is guaranteed. The solution graph is also exposed to enable flexible extensions such as static analysis, and visualizations.
Grapht also supports specifying dependency bindings based on where in the graph the components must be injected. This allows a programmer to specify that a type Foo must be used in the context of type A, but a Bar should be used in any other context. This can be used to compliment the idea of qualifying injection points using annotations, as specified in JSR 330.
Grapht provides a fluent configuration API very similar to that of Guice's.
Grapht can be depended on from Maven's Central Repository by adding the following to the dependencies section in your POM:
<dependency> <groupId>org.grouplens.grapht</groupId> <artifactId>grapht</artifactId> <version>0.3.0</version> </dependency>
- Fix serialization of inner classes
- Fix serialization of primitive types in graphs
DefaultNullannotation and support for it.
See closed issues for more details.
- Add basic thread safety for injectors
- Add more error detection
- Add convenience method to bind qualified types
- Allow explicit null bindings to be created
- Refactor SPI and bind rules to allow for more flexible binding functions. This brings the implementation much closer to the theoretical formulation presented in our paper.
- Implement Provider injection, including breaking dependency cycles with Provider injection.
- Pass the JSR 330 TCK.
- Simplify and clean up Graph API to no longer take type parameters.
- Rename getFunction() to build() in BindingFunctionBuilder.
- Make dependency graph solutions serializable using Java's serialization framework.
- Add CachePolicy lifecycle specification for instances (e.g. new, memoize, etc)
- Add support for generic attribute annotations on injection points that are carried through the solution graph.
- Add slf4j logging to grapht
- Initial published release of grapht
- Supports basic and context-aware dependency injection