Typhoon - Powerful dependency injection for iOS & OSX (Objective-C & Swift)

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Powerful dependency injection for Cocoa and CocoaTouch. Lightweight, yet full-featured and super-easy to use. Visit the Typhoon website for an introduction. There's also a nice intro over at Big Nerd Ranch, or here's an article, by John Reid. Quite a few books have been written on the topic, though we're not familiar with one that focuses specifically on Objective-C, Swift or Cocoa yet.

https://github.com/appsquickly/Typhoon

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