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Spring Core Basics

Episode 58

This week I was planning to publish introduction to Amazon Web Services, but since I’m working on preparing Spring-based web applications development course… 1,121 more words


Dependency Injection, Services and Containers (DIC) – part 3

Aaaand we are on part 3, and you still don’t know what the hell am I talking about. OK. Lets explain a little more, and we’ll continue on the types of injection and Service Locators and DI Containers. 1,408 more words

Back-End Programming

Dependency Injection, Services and Containers (DIC)

So, a little while ago, when I’ve dug in deep into the sea of OOP, a popular new technique surfaced and its called Dependency Injection. Take note here, that I’m not rediscovering the wheel here. 1,436 more words

Back-End Programming

Dependency Injection through LightInject

While working on Light Inject last year, I found a dearth of information on the ‘How’ of Light Inject. Don’t get me wrong, I could find plenty of ‘What’. 326 more words


Cool Patterns: Hole in the Middle

It’s been a while since I’ve written a post on here. But hey, new year, new post!

In this new series, I’ll be taking a look at some useful patterns and practices that I’ve encountered in my day-to-day work that might be of use to folks out there! 879 more words


Common Service Registry

Based on my previous blog post Decouple IoC/DI container when authoring a C# library I have written some C# Nuget packages to have that Service Registry thing easily available in all my C# projects. 266 more words

Software Development

IoC in ASP.NET Web API projects

You probably want structure your project so that you can separate concerns. In our traditional applications, we are calling into reusable libraries to handle tasks, but with inversion of control (IoC) it is the framework that is calling into the code. 402 more words