Dagger Android Injector
Update: Latest Dagger 2.11 has provided some helper classes. Check out App.java for the updated simplified usage.
Right now you maybe getting the Application instance from Activity and injecting ("hydrating") instances based off of that. But the latest version of dagger basically decouples your Activity from knowing who your
So this sample project was built because I myself spent a bit of time getting dagger-android module setup at my company Instavans. There are things like getting all the correct library versions to work together. So here is a working starting point on how to use Dagger's
@ContributesAndroidInjector which you can build upon.
(click on the images to go to the source)
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