Well, the thing is that I am just about to create a Desktop App (with .NET windows forms) And now I just wonder if it would be really a wise choise to use any IoC (StructureMap,Ninject,Spring .Net), ...
I am developing a software for a laboratory to test some devices. To test each device there are multi subtests which should be done to reach to the final result.To perform a complete test, the ...
Acceptable placement of the composition root using dependency injection and inversion of control containers
I've read in several sources including Mark Seemann's 'Ploeh' blog about how the appropriate placement of the composition root of an IoC container is as close as possible to the entry point of an ...
I've used various IoC containers (Castle.Windsor, Autofac, MEF, etc) for .Net in a number of projects. I have found they tend to be frequently abused and encourage a number of bad practices. Are ...
I am currently designing an n-tier solution which is using Entity Framework 5 (.net 4) as its data access strategy, but am concerned about how to incorporate dependency injection to make it testable / ...
I'm trying to learn implementing TDD with mocking/fake objects. One of the questions I have is how to initialize a dependency in an application which implements TDD? An example from this article ...
I am pretty comfortable with dependency injection using NInject in MVC3. While working in an MVC3 application, I developed a custom Controller Creation Factory using NInject, so any controller that is ...
I stumbled upon Greg Young's talk 7 Reasons why DDD Projects Fail where he mentions something he calls DDD-Lite at 7:20. Summarizing, he basically says some use DDD as a pattern languages (entities, ...
Should the usage of Dependency Injection and an Inversion of Control container remove all occurrences of the "new" keyword from your code? In other words, should every object/dependency, no matter ...