This article is an overview of dependency injection (DI) techniques that can be used in Scala Play framework apps: Guice, manual DI, the cake pattern, MacWire, and the reader monad.
This article discusses different approaches to creating a layered architecture – how to reflect the business context in the code; how to structure it; how to understand the dependency inversion and infrastructure layer; and finally as a possibly isolate modules.
The mental model of object-oriented programming is not intuitive. The speed and dynamics of today’s data-centric world make it a difficult case. How to learn object-oriented programming then?
It’s one of the common questions asked among node.js developers. I’d like to share my preferences. Read below! Introduction Dependency Injection is a pattern that helps you create loosely coupled codebases. You can swap collaborators and make your code testable. You can do dependency injection without additional libraries. Here’s two common
Symfony2 is one of the most popular backend web frameworks. Some people doubt whether it can be used for popular, high traffic websites. To dispel these doubts I prepared the list of 6 successful websites powered by the Symfony framework.
This is not an article about the pros and cons of using icon fonts vs SVGs. This is however, an article about why migrating to SVG greatly simplified the process of adding and managing the icons used in our common set.
Change is a nasty little thing. It starts with a call to adventure, and the more you ignore it, the more it nags at you. I was a happy back-end developer dreaming her life in C#. I came to like the predictability of developing APIs. I even had my truce
A PHP template engine comes in handy for projects that involve work of developers and designers.
The upcoming PHP7 brings some cool stuff to the game. Here is a quick look at two of the new features: return types declarations and the controversial scalar type hinting. So check it! Check it!
With real-time data and Internet of Things modern applications need to incorporate new programming techniques. Reactive Streams is a new specification with the goal of leading different JVM languages to the new, asynchronous future.
Have you ever wanted to know what was the result of your unit test and act differently depending on the test result? In this short article I present a JUnit feature called Rules.