Dependency Injection (DI) is a pattern where the "things" a component (function, class) depend on are passed into the component instead of the component trying to instantiate (or resolve it) itself. This practice tends to make code a lot more robust by reducing a component's scope. The DI pattern also simplifies the testing . . .
"Configuration" is the settings your application uses to change its behavior at runtime. Configuration might include simple values that adjust timeouts on requests to more complicated settings that swap out database or cloud service providers.
The process of collecting and validating configuration is critical to a stable . . .