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Dependency Inversion Principle, IoC Container & Dependency Injection (Part - 2)

This is the continuation part of the article on Dependency Inversion Principle, IoC Container & Dependency Injection. In the previous part of this article I explained about what is Dependency Inversion Principle and its benefit. In this part of the article I will be covering Inversion Of Control (IoC) and what is an IoC Container.
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WCF and dependency inversion using Castle Windsor

When you start to work with TDD and other Agile practices the first thing you try to apply almost everywhere in your code is the Dependency Inversion pattern because you want to invert the logic of your dependencies to make your code more testable and maintainable.

In order to accomplish this result I am using Castle Windsor, while before 2013 I was working withMicrosoft Unity. I am not going to jump into the conversation "Which Inversion of Control container is better?" because it really depends on what you need to do. For years I was more than satisfied with Unity but recently I started to create complex bootstrappers for my applications and I found Windsor more flexible, that's it! 

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