ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection – Registering Implementations Using Delegates Using the delegate implementation factory extension methods with Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection

Today I want to continue my series (see links at the end of this post) of posts focusing on the Microsoft dependency injection library included by default in new ASP.NET Core projects. In this post I wanted to dive into another lesser known capability of the default DI library. I was recently reviewing some code […]

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ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection – Registering Multiple Implementations of an Interface

In a previous post I covered registering generic types with Dependency Injection. This is one of the less common (and less documented) ways in which services could be registered with the Microsoft DI library. It turns out that you can do more with the DI available in the Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection package than it may first appear. Another “advanced” […]

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ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection – How to Register Generic Types Exploring how generic types can be registered with the built-in Microsoft DI container

Since its release, ASP.NET Core has shipped with a “basic” Dependency Injection (DI) container included. This supports the functionality required to run the framework which was built from the ground up to support the use of DI throughout. The ASP.NET documentation describes some general information about the use of DI in ASP.NET Core. The documentation […]

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