I have updated Needlepoint to version 1.0.5 in NPM. There’s a couple changes, none of which should break if you use an older version and upgrade to this version.
Tag: Dependency Injection
In the past, I’ve done a lot of work with PHP and the Laravel framework. One of the coolest features about Laravel is its Inversion of Control system, which dynamically injects dependencies into your application at runtime.
This is beneficial for many reasons, including modularity, readability, and testability. With a dependency injected system, you can simply request that your application receives an instance of an object, and the DI container will do all of the work to initialize the object and all of its dependencies.