Which Android Dependency Injection is best?

综合技术 2017-11-06

This post is a summary of first impressions of a few android related frameworks that we ( Tell Me How Blog ) tried out during a competences session recently.

Dagger

“Dagger constructs instances of your application classes and satisfies their dependencies. ”

Dagger is a dependency injection framework, unfortunately most of us did not manage to setup dagger or failed to get dagger running once setup. So I can not give a proper overview of dagger2.

Read more: http://google.github.io/dagger/

Butterknife

“Annotate fields with @InjectView and a view ID for Butter Knife to find and automatically cast the corresponding view in your layout.”

Butterkife is a view injection lib for android. As such it only handles injection of view components and does this using a InjectView annotation. So some boilerplate is removed and less code has to be written. Some of us found the result a bit harder to read and in some cases the reduction of code was not noticeably, but this is most likely true for the other injection frameworks to and not something specific for Butterknife. Setup was easy with just one dependency. Stack-traces was reportedly difficult to read when Butterknife was used.

Read more: http://jakewharton.github.io/butterknife/

RoboGuice 3

“RoboGuice 3 takes the guesswork out of development. Inject your View, Resource, System Service, or any other object, and let RoboGuice 3 take care of the details.”

RoboGuice 3 is similar to AndroidAnnotations and Butterknife, easy to setup, two dependency’s needs to be added to the build file. This framework seems like it should be easy to use if you are already familiar with Guice, and even if you don’t its not that hard to understand and use. It is similar to the other dependency injection frameworks that you don’t get all that much for your money, but it’s easy to use and removes some boilerplate. The documentation could use a touch-up.

Read more: https://github.com/roboguice/roboguice

Final Verdict:

The views on the frameworks above is the result of a 3 hour session where we tried them out and had a short discussion about each of them to sum up the experiences. Given the limited time we spent on each of the frameworks we might have missed some important things, if you find and mistakes or are missing some important information please post a comment below.

Read more >> Comparison of All Android Dependency Injection

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