Swift-y Dependency Injection, Part Two
Injecting unique, mutable and persistent property values
Update: The original approach and sample code in this post have been modified slightly — instead of every Injected instance defining its own storage for injected traits, the Injectable struct instead defines global storage for all Injected instances. This is to allow let / constant struct instances to be injected with a stored trait without . . .
A Swift-y Approach to Dependency Injection
While I would guess that fewer iOS developers are concerned with Dependency Injection than say, Java developers, the concept has gained more steam on the platform as the practice of unit and integration testing has increased.
In short, Dependency Injection (or DI) consists of:
Making your structs or classes depend on . . .