Thinking About Inversion Of Control (IoC) In Node.js

added by JavaScript Kicks
3/5/2015 2:44:52 PM


This year, I really want to get serious about building scalable systems with Node.js. And, anytime you move from one context to another, I think it's natural to consider forklifting practices from one context to the next. So, as I expand from AngularJS to Node.js (in terms of JavaScript), I wonder how much of what I love in AngularJS can be applied in a Node.js environment. Specifically, for this post, I am thinking about the Inversion of Control (IoC) and Dependency Injection (DI) for which AngularJS is famous.