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Prana is an Inversion of Control (IoC) Container for ActionScript 3.0, and more specifically the Flex framework. It enables you to configure objects and components in a non-intrusive way by describing them in an external xml document and having them loaded at runtime. At its core is a Spring-ish ... [More]
EvaProperties is a properties and dependency injection framework. It supports property inheritance, knows Ant or Maven style references and it instantiates and wires Java objects. You can read properties from the classpath, any input stream or a file and save them again.
T2 framework is a simple and easy annotation based web framework for web & java developers. Lucy is the lightweight dependency injection and AOP container, as the subproject of T2.
The Common Service Locator library contains a shared interface for service location which application and framework developers can reference. The library provides an abstraction over IoC containers and service locators. Using the library allows an application to indirectly access the capabilities ... [More]
NDI is a small dependency injection container and tooling for .NET C# projects that are small or that do not need the complexity of bigger IOC solutions. NDI's goal is to be small, fast and clean.
NeoPatterns is a framework exposing some common design patterns: - Inversion of control and dependencies injection - Proxy - Lazy initialization Its specificities are: - Configuration can be done in "meta-assemblies" (but also in code-style or configuration-style), so design is ... [More]
Sphicy is a dependency injection framework for PHP that works like Google's Guice. Dependencies are configured with modules written in PHP, such that complex object graphs can be instantiated through constructor dependency injection.
Aspyct is a Python 2.x and 3.x library including an aspect-oriented programming (AOP) engine, Unit Testing tools, and other general-purpose components.
Salve solves the problems that cause anemic domain model anti-pattern   and brings back object oriented programming to the business tier. It allows POJOs to reference dependencies, yet remain lightweight, serializable, and have unlimited lifecycle (such as being instantiated via the new ... [More]