inversify-inject-decorators - Lazy evaluated property injection decorators

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Lazy evaluated property injection decorators. Some frameworks and libraries take control over the creation of instances of a given class. For example, React takes control over the creation of instances of a given React component. This kind of frameworks and libraries prevent us from being able to use constructor injection and as a result they are not easy to integrate with InversifyJS.

https://github.com/inversify/inversify-inject-decorators#readme

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