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AOP Container 2

, 24 Oct 2011 CPOL
Discusses the Fluent interface to register aspects to a component and a method to chain aspects to an object for AOP Container.
AOPContainer2.zip
AOPContainer2
ConsoleUtil
Castle.Core.dll
Castle.Windsor.dll
Microsoft.Practices.Unity.dll
Model
Properties
Department
Properties
DynamicDecoratorAOP
Properties
DynamicDecoratorAopConfiguration
Properties
DynamicDecoratorAOPWindsor
Properties
DynamicProxy
Properties
DynamiDecoratorAOPUnity
Properties
Employee
Properties
SharedLib
Properties
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using NCT;

namespace DynamicDecoratorAOP
{
    public interface IConcerns
    {
    }

    public class ConcernsContainer
    {
        static public Dictionary<string, Decoration> runtimeAspects = new Dictionary<string, Decoration>();
    }
}

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Gary H Guo

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Object-oriented (OO) is about "classes" not "objects". But I truly believe that "objects" deserve more our attentions. If you agree, read more on... Dynamic Object Programming (DOP), Component-Based Object Extender (CBO Extender), AOP Container and Dynamic Decorator Pattern.

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