Dependency Injection in NET SummaryDependency Injection in winner of the Jolt Awards for Productivity presents core DI patterns in plain C so you ll fully understand how DI works covers integration with standard Micro

  • Title: Dependency Injection in .NET
  • Author: Mark Seemann
  • ISBN: 9781935182504
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • SummaryDependency Injection in , winner of the 2013 Jolt Awards for Productivity, presents core DI patterns in plain C , so you ll fully understand how DI works, covers integration with standard Microsoft technologies like ASP MVC, and teaches you to use DI frameworks like Structure Map, Castle Windsor, and Unity.About the TechnologyDependency Injection is a greatSummaryDependency Injection in , winner of the 2013 Jolt Awards for Productivity, presents core DI patterns in plain C , so you ll fully understand how DI works, covers integration with standard Microsoft technologies like ASP MVC, and teaches you to use DI frameworks like Structure Map, Castle Windsor, and Unity.About the TechnologyDependency Injection is a great way to reduce tight coupling between software components Instead of hard coding dependencies, such as specifying a database driver, you inject a list of services that a component may need The services are then connected by a third party This technique enables you to better manage future changes and other complexity in your software.About this BookDependency Injection in introduces DI and provides a practical guide for applying it in applications The book presents the core patterns in plain C , so you ll fully understand how DI works Then you ll learn to integrate DI with standard Microsoft technologies like ASP MVC, and to use DI frameworks like StructureMap, Castle Windsor, and Unity By the end of the book, you ll be comfortable applying this powerful technique in your everyday development.This book is written for C developers No previous experience with DI or DI frameworks is required.Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning Also available is all code from the book.Winner of 2013 Jolt Awards The Best Books one of five notable books every serious programmer should read.What s InsideMany C based examples A catalog of DI patterns and anti patterns Using both Microsoft and open source DI frameworksTabel of ContentsPART 1 PUTTING DEPENDENCY INJECTION ON THE MAP A Dependency Injection tasting menu A comprehensive example DI Containers PART 2 DI CATALOG DI patterns DI anti patterns DI refactorings PART 3 DIY DI Object Composition Object Lifetime Interception PART 4 DI CONTAINERS Castle Windsor StructureMap Spring Autofac Unity MEF

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    1. Not just a good DI Container book, but a great OO software design book, building on top of other great classics.Even in the last chapters going through the different containers, Seemann continues to provide examples that makes you smarter.And never have I built up an appetite like that for Sauce Bearnaise in a book about programming.I'll keep this close to my desk.

    2. Seemann did a fantastic job presenting Dependency Injection in concept and practice with several different frameworks. Perfect length and structure for a quick read, but also deep enough for my long-term reference on the subject.Wish all my technical literature was produced like this.

    3. I like to read books cover to cover, and as an experienced developer I found this one extremely verbose. It could have cut down the same info to half the size. If you use it more as a reference, the redudancy might be helpful.The book did open my eyes to the concept of Composition Root, and the role of Abstract Factories that basically bridge the gap between your static object graph created at application start (the objects that would typically be Singletons in less enlightened architectures) an [...]

    4. The amazing AutoFixture library creator shares some of his deep knowledge. I enjoyed culinary metaphors.

    5. Dependency Injection in is a fine book on the exact same subject of its title. It seems Mark Seemann and I have become practitioners of DI techniques in a similar manner: at first, as away of improving testability. Through exploration, this has led to a more pure DI practice, where dependency injection has become the prime focus, and not testability, though testability certainly gains in a major way from adoption of DI, of course. As such, this title does not concern itself with unit testing. I [...]

    6. We use dependency injection at work, and while it's easy enough to follow the predefined patterns, and accepting that it was so we could unit test the code we were writing, I really had little idea as to what it meant beyond injecting dependencies into constructors of classes implemented on abstract interfaces. This book opened my eyes to what it is; an entire code lifestyle that goes beyond unit tests.Seeman takes the reader through many well defined examples to hammer home the value of inversi [...]

    7. We have situation when in software companies as I currently inquired (asked colleagues and read different blogs):- 50% of people don't care about Dependency Injection- 70% of people don't know the difference between Dependency Injection and Dependency Injection Container, Inversion of Control, Dependency Inversion. People just don't see the difference :)- 80% of people don't understand what dependency injection is but strongly think that they using it.- 90% of people don't understand that Micro [...]

    8. This book was pretty helpful in clearing up some of my confusions about dependency injection frameworks.I already was aware of the basics of constructor injection, but was experiencing some pain around problems like constructor over-injection and lots of 1-1 mapping between interfaces and implementations. This book explores ways to fix these issues and many others.Here are some topics the book covered that I really appreciated:* DI patterns, including the different types of injection, and Ambien [...]

    9. If you are interested in the concept of dependency injection and inversion of control you definitely should read this book by Mark Seemann. He explains the architectural concepts and ideas behind in the same easy to understand way as he explains the different DI containers and how to structure your code in a better way. The theoretical parts are still up-to-date and help you to solve your problems. The specific containers however didn't stay frozen in time and evolved. Before selecting one over [...]

    10. This book will be very helpful for any developer (and not only ), even for those, who've been facing DI challenges in many projects from their experience.It contains a very detailed overview of DI, its parts, how it can be implemented, what questions developers usually face when applying these technics. And it also contains a description of several most used containers available for free. I found reading this book really useful for me, I could see what mistakes i did in the past and which thing [...]

    11. I think this book manages to reach its purpose with every reader. While reading it I was actually thinking how much "poor man DI" was in the code I have written or how I could integrate one of the frameworks discussed in the book in the applications I was working on at that moment.It's not an easy read((view spoiler)[all those cooking references (hide spoiler)]), but a very helpful one. My favourite chapter was the one about DI anti-patterns.

    12. Very well written book on general and detailed subjects related to DI. I particularly liked the recipe analogies to explain concepts. It wasn't a quick read for me and I did find myself revisiting chapters. I recommend working through code examples when possible. There are in depth chapters on most of the common DI frameworks, but if yours is not there, it is still good foundation book.

    13. I didn't really "finish" it so much as I got all I wanted out of it. The first few chapters are really good at explaining the DI concept and showing examples in C#. DI is not easy to do and takes a disciplined developer to get it right. This book will help you "think" in terms of dependency injection and help make your code better. Just read it.

    14. This is a very well written book that clearly defines and explains Dependency Injection. Before I read this book, I had an idea of what dependency injection was, but some pieces of the picture were missing. This book clarified everything and I find myself following the patterns described in this book in my day-to-day development.

    15. So glad a book finally appeared in this space. DI is not a new concept to non-MS languages, but it seems to have been utterly overlooked in the stack; this book discusses DI with several big MS technologies (e.g. ASP MVC) and looks at how most of the big DI containers are used in the stack.Definitely a must-read for any developer.

    16. Free at last! This book was an educational doozy. The last chapter on MEF was a it of a letdown, but I think after 5 other DI chapters that were all largely similar, my interest might have been flagging. Enjoyed the code samples despite accent marks and other annoyances, and am glad to have read it. Will probably live on my shelf for a while, but may pull it down from time to time!

    17. Interesting reading about DI in with patterns, anti-patterns, multiple containers and much more.That could be advanced topics for beginner developers, but also one of the most important topics of software development.I would recommend it to developers as a must-read together with C# in Depth and CLR via C#.

    18. This is by no means a walk in the park to read but it is invaluable. At the very least, you'll know the standard names for common ways of injecting dependencies. Hopefully you'll learn the advantages and pitfalls of many different ways as well. I agreed with the author in most cases and I am able to tell he is very experienced. Heed his advice.

    19. Great review for me about design patterns and it appears I had definitely been doing some poor man's DI (constructor injection which apparently is one of the "better" options) Makes me want to go back and read back some of my older design patterns too. didn't finish it, but stopped about half-way since it was a weekend borrow

    20. The first two chapters provide a good ground of the concept. The rest is more like tips and techniques. Some of the topics are questionable depending on point-of-view (e.g. Service Locator is anti-pattern).

    21. Very detail discussion on DI. This book also includes several well accepted and widely used DI containers like Castle Windsor, Autofac, Unity, etc. A must read book those who want to learn and apply DI in their project.

    22. Для меня практическая польза книги - это достаточно подробное описание контейнеров.В остальном книга показалась водянистой.Возможно, через какое-то время вернусь к ней еще раз, чтобы взглянуть по-новому.

    23. This book is really great. It guides you in the DI world step by step, starting with a great overview, ending with detailed description of 6 concrete DI Containers. It's a must for any developer even if you don't want to use DI in your projects.

    24. It is not DI Container book, but mostly book with advice to software design. The key information is very small and the rest is water. Many valued topics are not not covered or left cut (for example, unit testing and hole program composition).

    25. Everything you need to know about DI in .Net - anything else is just a google away.Follows IOC and SOLID throughout. Excellent training book for new starters in your company if they haven't really done DI before.

    26. Read only selected chapters/containers, but enjoyed it never the less!Surely gonna re-read this one, sooner or laterz!Cheers,

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