This library suggests programming model with the same core idea as found in DI containers and build systems like make. However here we refine the definition of typical container to allow much more effective and broad usage.
Application (or any complex function) is described as a set of global names, where the value of each name can be defined in following 3 ways:
- As a constant
- As a function, which can accept as arguments values of other names
- As a level (A tuple of main value and a list of seeds)
The definition above is best made clear by an example.
const App = require('easy-app') let app = new App app.def('a', () => 'a') app.def('ab', (a, b) => a + b) app.level('Ab', 'ab', ['b']) app.def('abc', (Ab, c) => Ab('BB') + Ab('bb') + c) app.level('Abc', 'abc', ['c']) let abc = app.compile('Abc') abc('C') // => 'aBBabbC'
Not yet released.
This work initially inspired by The-Kiln
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