Why no scala native IOC containers?

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  • MacWire

    Lightweight and Nonintrusive Scala Dependency Injection Library

    You can have IoC without using a DI framework. You just pass the arguments manually. I've found that it works really well. If however that's not your preference there are a couple DI frameworks in scala such as: https://github.com/softwaremill/macwire and https://izumi.7mind.io/distage/index.html

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    Construct ZLayers automagically (w/ helpful compile-time errors)

    If you use ZIO, definitely give ZLayer and zio-magic a try, it's awesome!

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