Configurable DI for the ZF service manager. Modeled after Symfony 2's DI config files.
Factory classes are tedious. Factory closures have performance issues. Try this module to use factory config arrays instead. The config structure was modeled after Symfony 2 services.yml files. This package is a module for ZF2, ZF3, and Zend-Expressive.
// Example of constructor injection with the service name being the same as its class name: 'service_manager' => [ 'config_factories' => [ 'App\Email\EmailService' => [ 'arguments' => [ 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject', 'Name\Of\A\AnotherService\I\Want\To\Inject' ], ] ] ]
Example usage with all options:
// Use 'dependencies' instead of 'service_manager' here if using Zend Expressive 'service_manager' => [ // This is a special config key that zf-config-factories reads. 'config_factories' => [ // This is the name of the service that we are defining. 'EmailTemplateApi' => [ /** * This is the service's class name. * Not required if the service's name is the same as its class name. */ 'class' => 'App\Controller\EmailTemplateApiController', /** * This is an array of service names that the class's constructor takes. * Not required if the service's constructor takes no arguments. * Not compatible with the 'factory' option (see below) */ 'arguments' => [ 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject', 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject2', 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject3', 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject4', ['literal' => 'aLiteralValueNotAService'], ['from_config' => 'keyOfValueFromZfConfigIWantToReadAndInjectHere'], ['from_config' => ['path','to','a','deep','nested','zf','config','key']], 'Name\Of\A\Service\I\Want\To\Inject5', ], /** * This is an array of setters to call mapped to service names to inject into each setter. * Not required if your service has no setters. */ 'calls' => [ ['setFunService', ['Name\Of\Another\Service\I\Want\To\Inject']], ['setAnotherFunService', ['Name\Of\Another\Service\I\Want\To\Inject']] ], /** * Zend-Expressive style factory which is an invokable class * * Not required if your service has no factory. * Not compatible with the 'arguments' option (see above) */ 'factory' => 'FunModule\FactoryClassName', /** * Symfony style factory that is a service itself. * * Not required if your service has no factory. * Not compatible with the 'arguments' option (see above) */ 'factory' => [ ['FunModule\FactoryServiceName', 'createEmailTemplateApi'] ] ] ], ]