Dependeny injection with gluebert

Dependency Management with Gluebert

From time to time your controllers needs some external or internal dependencies. For example if you create a slider and want to use the famous and well stable nouislider-package.

Instead of getting a mess or bloat your controllers with dependencies, you can use the .addDependency-Method in the Module Signatures.

Lets go through the mentioned slider example from above.


The module signature could look something like this:

import { ModuleSignature } from 'gluebert/module';

const SLIDER_MODULE = new ModuleSignature(`slider`, `.c-slider`)
    .setImportController(() => import('./slider.controller').then((controller) => controller.SliderController))

    // Aasumed we have installed nouislider by npm we can simply
    // define a dependency like this:
    .addDependency('$nouislider', () => import('nouislider'));

    // Syntax:
    // .addDependency(key, importLoader)
    // key {string} will be the property available within the controller
    // in this example we can access using this.$nouislider
    // importLoader {function} a regular asynchronous dynamic import of your module

export {


The example controller:

import { ControllerAbstract } from 'gluebert/controller';

class SliderController extends ControllerAbstract {

    constructor(element = null, data, elements, dependencies) {
        super(element, data, elements, dependencies);
        // this.$nouislider became
        // accessible by dependency injection
        this.$nouislider.create(element, {
        	start: [20, 80],
        	connect: true,
        	range: {
        		'min': 0,
        		'max': 100



export {