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NodeJS Dependency Injection

Why Use Dependency Injection

1. Fast Development process
2. Decoupling
3. Unit test writing

Fast Development process

When using dependency injection node developer can faster their development proceess because after DI there is less code conflict and easy to manage all module.


Modules becomes less couple then it is easy to maintain.

Unit test writing

Hardcoded dependencies can pass them into the module then easy to write unit test for each module.


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