Python IOC Container
A fast and simple IOC Container for Python.
pyioc3 is a fast and simple inversion of control (ioc) container for python. An IoC container uses class constructor (or in this case init method parameters) to build and inject dependencies. pyioc3 takes advantage of python's type hint annotations to make injection flexible and easy to use.
I Love python. I also love OOP. I wanted better OOP in python. So i built this to help enforce SOLID and make my programs better.
Simple. Simple. Simple. Python is already flexible. An IOC container is something that you could whip up to suite your needs in an afternoon. Or you could install pyioc3 instead.
Install the package
pip install --user pyioc3
Make an ioc.py
from pyioc3 import StaticContainerBuilder from .ducks import Duck, RubberDucky from .quacks import QuackBehavior, Squeak ioc_builder = StaticContainerBuilder() ioc_builder.bind( annotation=QuackBehavior, implementation=Squeak) ioc_builder.bind( annotation=Duck, implementation=RubberDucky) ioc = ioc_builder.build() __all__ = ["ioc"];
Use the container
from ioc import ioc from .ducks import Duck duck: Duck = ioc.get(Duck) duck.quack()
- Look at the examples.
- Feel free to contribute.
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