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Sunday, August 9, 2015


Microsoft changed the way how dependency injection (DI) is done in ASP.NET vNext. In previous versions of ASP.NET there were different entry points for user defined classes like the IControllerFactory for ASP.NET MVC applications or the IHttpControllerActivator for ASP.NET WebAPI applications. Starting with ASP.NET vNext DI becomes a first-class citizen in the framework through the whole stack. With showing the new DI features in ASP.NET vNext, discussions came up whether it is the correct way to do DI. In this post I like to show how DI works in ASP.NET vNext and then lead to the current discussion about it. At the end I like to ask you for your opinion.

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