get_it library

Classes

GetIt
Very simple and easy to use service locator You register your object creation factory or an instance of an object with registerFactory, registerSingleton or registerLazySingleton And retrieve the desired object using get or call your locator das as function as its a callable class Additionally GetIt offers asynchronous creation functions as well as functions to synchronize the async initialization of multiple Singletons
WillSignalReady
If your singleton that you register wants to use the manually signalling of its ready state, it can implement this interface class instead of using the signalsReady parameter of the registration functions (you don't really have to implement much ;-) )

Functions

throwIf(bool condition, Object error) → void
Two handy function that helps me to express my intention clearer and shorter to check for runtime errors
throwIfNot(bool condition, Object error) → void

Typedefs

DisposingFunc<T>(T param) FutureOr
Signature for disposing function because closures like (x){} have a return type of Null we don't use FutureOr<void>
FactoryFunc<T>() → T
Signature of the factory function used by non async factories
FactoryFuncAsync<T>() Future<T>
Signature of the factory function used by async factories
FactoryFuncParam<T, P1, P2>(P1 param1, P2 param2) → T
For Factories that expect up to two parameters if you need only one use void for the one you don't use
FactoryFuncParamAsync<T, P1, P2>(P1 param1, P2 param2) Future<T>
For async Factories that expect up to two parameters if you need only one use void for the one you don't use
ScopeDisposeFunc() FutureOr
Signature for disposing function on scope level

Exceptions / Errors

WaitingTimeOutException