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Best Practices When Splitting Compose Functions Into Separate Files
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 21 Mar 2023
Might want to tell koin that : https://insert-koin.io/2 projects | /r/androiddev | 21 Mar 2023
To use the viewModels across all screens I use dependency injection by Koin. However Google promotes Hilt, I think that is the golden standard at this point. Both frameworks support creating viewModels with a navigation back stack entry as viewModelStoreOwner.
KVision 6.0.0 is released
3 projects | dev.to | 31 Dec 2022
New modules allow you to easily build KVision apps with the Ballast opinionated application state management framework. You can see how Ballast (together with Koin) can help you design your application architecture in the new todomvc-ballast example.
Multiplatform dependency injection libraries equivalent to Dagger/Anvil
5 projects | /r/Kotlin | 27 Jul 2022
I started looking into using Kotlin/JS, and hopefully reusing a bit of code that I have, which is using Dagger and Anvil - which of course are JVM only. So I've been looking for other solutions, namely Koin and Kodein. Koin's multibinding support is... not really amazing (e.g. here, and while Kodein does support multibinding, it doesn't seem to support things like that at the declaration site - everything needs to be specified in a "DI container" (module).
Best libraries for Android Developers
19 projects | dev.to | 15 Jul 2022
Do we really need to use Dependency Injection Framework?
3 projects | /r/androiddev | 14 Nov 2021
Now I will finish up saying Hilt is just an opinionated way to dependency injection on Android, but there are simpler frameworks out there such as Koin or Kodein that can help take away a lot of the troubles that can come when you try to make your own framework. Just know that most other frameworks tend to be runtime injection instead of compile time injection like Hilt, which can be helpful to know at compile time if you are missing a dependency in your graph as opposed to runtime when its out in the wild.
5 projects | /r/typescript | 13 Oct 2021
I've been using Angular a lot and I like how it works. I'm also a huge fan of koin for kotlin.
A Kotlin programmer's approach to microservices?
4 projects | /r/Kotlin | 6 Aug 2021
for injection, I suggest Koin (https://insert-koin.io/)
View Model Doesn’t Have To Depend on ViewModel
5 projects | /r/androiddev | 23 Jun 2021
It'd be great if it worked
Kotlin Team AMA #3: Ask Us Anything
52 projects | /r/Kotlin | 27 May 2021
For DI take a look at Koin. It's a pragmatic lightweight dependency injection framework for Kotlin developers with multiplatform support. PeopleInSpace sample project uses it.
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What are some alternatives?
Kodein - Painless Kotlin Dependency Injection
spring-fu - Configuration DSLs for Spring Boot
kapsule - Minimalist dependency injection library for Kotlin.
kotlin-guiced - Convenience Kotlin API over the Google Guice DI Library
Katana - Lightweight, minimalistic dependency injection library for Kotlin & Android
Decompose - Kotlin Multiplatform lifecycle-aware business logic components (aka BLoCs) with routing (navigation) and pluggable UI (Jetpack Compose, SwiftUI, JS React, etc.)
kotlinx.serialization - Kotlin multiplatform / multi-format serialization
realm-kotlin - Kotlin Multiplatform and Android SDK for the Realm Mobile Database: Build Better Apps Faster.
KODI - light-weight KOtlin Dependency Injection (KODI)