IOC/DI Containers


So I’m looking at IOC and DI for my next project, although I’m slightly amused b the fact that IOC/DI are just nice cool names for techniques we’ve all been using for a long time, I am impressed by the capabilities of IOC/DI containers/frameworks.

Right now I’m probably going to use the Castle/Windsor implementation, although I’ll give Microsoft’s Unity a go as well.

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Phil Harding

SharePoint Consultant, Developer, Father, Husband and Climber.

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