Version Matrix

Refuel

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refuel-container-macro Scala version support

refuel-container Scala version support

refuel-util Scala version support

refuel-json-macro Scala version support

Latest version of json

Latest version of cipher

Latest version of http

Latest version of auth

Latest version of cipher

Refuel is a powerful DI based framework.

Since there is only one maintainer, support for Scala3 will be phased in. At the moment, only refuel-container is supported for Scala3.

refuel-container

Powerful DI framework with macros.

It is very simple and does not require a large number of component files in the executable module or explicit dependency or scope declarations. Allows you to focus on the work that needs to be done. It has a high affinity with DDD and layering. It is also highly flexible and testable, providing strong support for application development and open source library development.

All other refuel modules are based on refuel-container and can be used out-of-the-box.

refuel-util

Rich type class interfaces.
Provides extended functions such as date and time, period, and collection.

refuel-json

Can use a SAML service provider that supports akka http.
At this time, there is no Identity provider feature available.

refuel-cipher

You can handle JSON most easily with macro. Even without warming up, the conversion works fast and requires little declaration of serialize / deserialize codecs.

refuel-http (Unsupported Scala3)

Http server client with Akka-HTTP.
In future, we plan to implement test stub control by dependency injection..

refuel-auth-provider (Unsupported Scala3)

The wrapper library that supports the interconversion of RSA / AES encryption methods.

refuel-oauth-provider (Unsupported Scala3)

Supports building an OAuth authorization server for Akka HTTP.

All authorization endpoints, token endpoints, and other grant flows are compliant with the OAuth 2.0 / 2.1 specification, and can be implemented mostly by implementing the prepared IF without having to think too much about the flow.