DI, dependency-injection, is a design pattern where dependencies (instances of objects, properties) of a component are set through the constructor(s), methods or fields (properties)

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Data serialization architecture, injection on construction vs. on function call

I am creating a data serialization/deserialization mechanism for essentially a persistent storage object. Due to the variety of systems this mechanism could run on, there needs to be a a variable ...
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Pooling (Singleton) Objects Against Connection Pools

Given the following scenario A canned enterprise application that maintains its own connection pool A homegrown client application to the enterprise app. This app is built using Spring framework, ...
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How should dependencies be managed across a modular application?

Let's say that we have a structure like this: Application -- Modules --Module1 -- Controller -- PublicHelper --Module2 -- Controller ...
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State Pattern Code for embedded device - Dependency Injection of Device Objects in Context and State Classes

I'm wrestling with some code and I think I've finally gotten some state pattern code working with my events. I've got a simplified system that will work like this: This is my first go with State ...
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Manual dependency injection or abstract factory

We're starting to use dependency injection in a fairly large, interactive program. It's early yet, but I have a feeling that the majority of the objects being injected are going to want runtime data ...
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Am I following a good design thought process? Is the Abp framework overkill?

As I finish one project and start another, I have a small time window to come up with an architecture for the new. I am coming from the following design: Web applicationReceives domain models & ...
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Single write, multiple read of stateful objects

Scenario: One data input feed (call this Source) Multiple objects (call these Layer1) read this Source, and analyze the feed. This analysis is stateful. Layer1 objects have configuration parameters. ...
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ASP.NET Mvc3 - application/request lifetime and dependency injection

I thought of asking on SO, but it seems this is more of a "concept" type question than a "problem" type question. If it needs to be moved, please do so. Anyway, I'm having a tough time finding ...
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Class Interfaces with Multiple Classes and Dependency Injection

NOTE ON QUESTION TITLE: I did not really even know how to phrase the title so if someone can edit and make it more articulate I would really appreciate it. QUESTION: Basically, what I'm trying to do ...
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Dependency Injection with EF - is mapping required?

I'm implementing the Repository pattern with using DI and EF6. I created the database (that inherits from DbContext) object with the Visual Studio wizard ADO.NET Entity Data Model I have a generic ...
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Are prototype beans with constructor parameters an anti-pattern?

Reading on this, Misko Hevery has said “Newables can ask for other Newables in their constructor, but not for Injectables” Now it appears to me that requesting a prototype be instantiated at run-time ...
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How to clean composition root from anything other than object construction?

I'm doing poor man's DI (manual injection) in my application. My (pseudo-) composition root looks something like this: var connectionSettings = new Settings(SqlParameters) var dataLoader = new ...
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Save database changes in service layer or controller mvc .net

I have recently been using a service layer to abstract away alot of the business logic of my application. However I've come into an issue where I'm not sure what is best practice on doing the actual ...
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Spring bean injection into a hibernate validator constraint

I have a controller method like listed below whose argument is annotated with @Valid to validate PasswordChange object using a Hibernate validator @Constraint. Both PasswordChange and a sample ...