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Building a Web API 2 project from scratch using OWIN/Katana .NET Part 5: adding an IoC

Introduction

In the previous post we transformed the CustomersApi application a little bit. We added a customer repository and a customer service. We also transformed the Get action method of CustomersController into an asynchronous one. 1,014 more words

C#

A funny moment of IoC

IoCInversion of control, is a design that enables fluid flow of control by decoupling tight dependencies between the portion of a code that exhibits behavior and another portion of code that provides required functionality. 417 more words

Computers And Internet

Microservice API on Elastic Beanstalk with Jetty, Jersey, Guice, and Mongodb

This blog aims to outline how one can very easily ship microservice APIs on Elastic Beanstalk with Jetty, Jersey, Guice and Mongodb. This piece of work written in Java was an inspiration over a weekend, where I finally found a coherent red thread based on some of the work I did in the past. 961 more words

Dev

Sitecore Entity Service SSC - IoC Configuration

Further into my series on Sitecore Entity Service within Sitecore.Services.Client, in this post I’ll be look into setting up an IoC container (Structure Map in this post) for Entity Service.  239 more words

Sitecore

Disposable Instances Series

In the past few weeks I have published a set of four posts that deal with disposable instances. These posts describe in detail a working implementation that automatically disposes all the instances that are no longer needed, in a deterministic way. 301 more words

Technical

Context driven dependency injection

Further to the previous post, object creation based on the current context is a cross cutting concern, so it should be dragged outside the core business logic. 730 more words