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Easy Dependency Injection With Koin 3.2 And Koin Annotations

Dependency Injection for Android Apps has never been simpler

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The Koin dependency injection (DI) framework has already a reduced complexity in comparison to other options like Dagger.

However, using the latest Koin version 3.2, we now can make use of a few new functionalities that reduce the…




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