It is the fastest! Not faster, but the fastest! I have tried it on a big project with ~200 modules. While it takes hundreds of milliseconds to instantiate dagger components, on the same hardware, it only takes a few milliseconds to instantiate Tiger injectors. Minimal amount of code to write therefore easy to maintain, if you need to maintain it at all. You don't need to write components like in Dagger. You don't need to split a module into several modules one for each scope that used by bindings provided by the module. You will feel it is some easy to change the scope of a binding. Just change it. Way to go, isn’t it?
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9.7 7.2 L1 Tiger VS GuiceGuice (pronounced 'juice') is a lightweight dependency injection framework for Java 6 and above, brought to you by Google.
3.2 4.1 Tiger VS KatanaLightweight, minimalistic dependency injection library for Kotlin & Android
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