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External module config

Container configuration serves as a recipe for instantiating and configuring components inside the container.

External configurations (stored as YAML or JSON) are passed to the container and define the structure of objects that need to be recreated in the container. Objects can be defined in two ways:

  • using descriptors (using which registered factories can recreate the object)
  • using hard-coded types (objects are recreated directly, based on their type, bypassing factories).

In addition, various configurations are stored for each object. The container recreates the objects and, if they implement the IConfigurable interface, passes them their configurations.


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