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Kevin Schroeder's Blog:
Handling ZF2 FQ Dependency Setter Injections
May 02, 2012 @ 09:54:09

Kevin Schroeder has a new post in his series looking at dependency injection in Zend Framework v2 applications. In this new post he shows how to work with setter injections that coordinate to properties in the class.

In a previous article I showed how you could pass in a fully qualified parameter name into the Dependency Injection Container (DiC) if you needed to be specific about where you need to have something injected. There is an alternate method here that is cleaner than what I did before.

He illustrates with a "Test" class that has a "$test" property and shows how to, using the ZendDi component, inject the class into the container. Using the "injections" configuration value, he uses the "setTest" method to push a value into the "Test" class instance in the "$test" variable.

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