May 12, 2014
I’d been programmatically injecting dependencies in an angular app by creating a new injector instance:
$injector = angular.injector [moduleName]
But it turns out you can inject
$injector, your module’s instance of
angular.injector, and call it as you normally would:
app.service 'myService', ($injector) -> $injector.get 'someinjection'
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