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AngularJS Dependency Injection

The dependency injection (DI) in angularjs is an important application design pattern. The dependency injection implements inversion of control for resolving dependencies and also it is a software design pattern. AngularJS provides a supreme dependency injection mechanism. AngularJS contains the following core types of objects and components:

  1. Value
  2. Factory
  3. Service
  4. Provider
  5. Constant


The value is a simple javascript object. A value in a AngularJS is a simple object. It can be a string, numberor JavaScript object. It passes values to controller config phase. This is implemented using the below two steps

Step 1:
Create a JavaScript object by using the value component and attach it to your main AngularJS.JS module.

Step 2:
Access the JavaScript object from the Angular.JS controller

In the above code example, the below main steps are being carried out


The value function of the Angular.JS JS module is being used to create a key-value pair calledb “regId” and the value of “5”.


The regId variable now becomes accessible to the controller as a function parameter.


The value of regId which is 5, is now being assigned to another variable called ID in the $scope object. This is being done so that value of 5 can be passed from the controller to the view.


The ID parameter is being displayed in the view as an expression. So the output of ‘5’ will be displayed on the page.


Service is a singleton javascript object containing a set of functions to perform certain tasks. It is defined by service() function.


constants passes values at config phase considering the fact that value cannot be used to be passed during config phase.


It is a function which returns value. It produces value on demand when a service or controller needed.


It is used to create factory, service etc. in config phase.

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