Is there a way to pass constructor arguments for dependencies when using the automatically generated factory classes?
I have an object structure that I would instantiate like this without the object manager:
new A( new AA( new AAA( 'xyz' <-- value determined at runtime ) ), new AB( new ABA(), new ABB() [1,2,3] <-- value determined at runtime ), new AC( ... ) );
Now I could replace this with a mix of factories and constructor injected arguments1, but I'm wondering if there is another way, something like this:
$aFactory->create( [ AAA::class => ['param1' => 'xyz'], AB::class => ['param3' => [1,2,3]], ] );
Alternatively it would also be useful if I could define a constructor argument to be fetched from a certain method with the
type definition in
Is there anything like this?
1) like this
$aFactory->create( [ 'aa' => $aaFactory->create( [ 'aaa' => $aaaFactor->create( [ 'param1' => 'xyz' ] ) ] ), 'ab' => $abFactory->create( [ 'param3' => [1,2,3] ] ) ] );
But what I'm trying to avoid is having to depend on all these factories