But in case I use a app-wide URL I still have to inject the URL into my DataSource class right?
I could use Field Injection but isn't constructor injection the recommended way to do it ?
I think it boils down to the question: What is the best practice if you want to develop a standalone library which doesn't care if the user uses DI or any other method to pass resources and dependencies into my library classes?
Sorry that I repeat the question but do I have to annotate the constructor with @Inject if I want to allow for constructor based DI or is there any other way (to avoid dependency to the guice/gin in my library)?
Thanks in advance
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