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IoC Containers in .NET part 6: Unity Container
Hello, this is the 6th part of the IoC Containers series. This is the last container I’ll explore. I’ve been using it at work because it’s got the “Made by Microsoft” insignia and it seems the policy is that anything done at Microsoft is good for use. Bet that happens to you also. I’ve downloaded what I hope is the latest version from codeplex. Our Bootstrapper code is now public class Bootstrap { public static IUnityContainer Components() { IUnityContainer container = new UnityContainer(); container.RegisterType<I... ......

Posted On Thursday, August 20, 2009 9:35 AM

IoC in .NET part4: Spring.NET
Hi, nice to have you read this again. This is part 4 of the series I’m doing on the existing .Net IoC Containers that I found interesting. After a brief introduction of what is an IoC in my option, I presented Autofac,,StructureMap and Ninject2. In this post we’ll be exploring the Spring.NET IoC container. This is a xml configurable IoC by design. I’m using the latest version of it Spring.NET 1.3 RC1, hopefully it’s stable enough and that it brings something new to the table, by new I mean it uses ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 18, 2009 4:36 AM

IoC in .NET part 3: Ninject 2 beta
I wanted to use Ninject 1.0 but I discovered that it didn’t support named binding, and didn’t know how to resolve multiple bindings to an array. Luckily I found the Ninject 2 post it’s way better than the previous version, and the changes were almost a no brainer. Hy, this continues the series of posts on IoC Containers in .NET. We are using these continers on a simple console application that autocompletes it’s functions. I’m mostly displaying the configuration part of the IoC, an overview of this ......

Posted On Monday, August 17, 2009 6:50 AM

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