Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Scoping With Autofac IoC This post continue the Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Scoping and it dealing with scoping on Autofac IoC. Now days Autofac is my favorite IoC framework, It has reach API which is relatively easy to use and it has great documentation. It’s also very alive and It has version for .NET Core. you can read about scoping with Unity IoC on this post. If you didn’t read the Microsoft.Composition post it is recommend to take a look at it before reading this post. this post will focus on...
Monday, March 7, 2016
Scoping With Unity IoC This post continue the Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Scoping and it dealing with scoping on Unity IoC. If you didn’t read the Microsoft.Composition post it is recommend to take a look on it before reading this post. this post will focus on the API (and won’t discuss the concept). Many IoC support scoping, many times it refer for child container. in this post I will show how, Unity handle this task. On future post I will discuss other container. Scoping with Unity this is how you do the scoping with Unity: ...
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Scoping This post is part of mini series, which complete the full MEF series. This post will go over Microsoft.Composition Scoping. What is IoC scoping? IoC scoping is the ability to control the lifetime of registration per specific execution scope. whatever resolved in the scope can resolve it’s item that register under the scope or at its parent container. Classic example for such scope is request. You may want to resolve the same instance again and again within the request scope while keeping it completely isolated from other requests. When supporting this...
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Dependency Injection and Service Locator via Convention This post is part of mini series, which complete the full MEF series. this post will go over Microsoft.Composition Dependency Injection and Service Locator using conventions. in the previous post I describe hot to register types using convention, but in real world types often has their own dependencies which should be satisfies (this is why the IoC process also called composition). In order to satisfy those dependencies you can take different approaches: Dependency Injection constructor-based injection The most common way of passing the dependencies is constructor-based injection where...
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Convention This post is part of mini series, which complete the full MEF series. this post will go over Microsoft.Composition conventions. personally I really like convention over IoC, because it’s lead to better consistency of the code-base’s naming. Convention can be simple as the following code:
var conventions = new ConventionBuilder();
.ExportInterfaces(t => t == typeof(ISetting));
var configuration = new ContainerConfiguration()
using (var container = configuration.CreateContainer())
As you can see the convention can be strict as in line 2,or more general as in line 3,4.the configuration (line 5,6) define the assembly which the convention relate to. convention can be more...
Microsoft.Composition (Portable MEF): Attribute Model This post is part of mini series, which complete the full MEF series. The original MEF series goes over the version shipped with the .NET framework.This mini series will go over the API of 3rd lightweight (yet efficient) MEF version which consumed via NuGet. This version is following the same concept of the previous changes yet some APIshas been changed. Apart of the APIs refactoring (mostly for better)this MEF version is having much better descriptive Exception (it was really bad on previous versions) The down side of this version is lack of documentation.this mini...