Making the Grade
After nearly two months of hard work, I am pleased to announce the impending release of LinFu.IoC v2.0! Today marks an amazing milestone in the development of LinFu's new IoC container because as of the latest build (revision 258), LinFu is the first IoC container framework to pass ALL tests in both the "MustHave" and the "ShouldHave" categories in the latest comparison
between the following IoC Frameworks:
The feature lists might vary among these IoC frameworks, but Andrey's blog post does a great job of listing some of the features that an Inversion of Control container "must" have, in addition to the features that it "should" have", and I am proud to say that LinFu is the first IoC container to successfully implement every feature described in that blog post!
What this means is that LinFu.IoC (formerly Simple.IoC) has gone from an undocumented and untested inversion of control container to a fully documented, heavily tested, feature-laden container that is capable of performing all of the tasks that one would expect from a commercial-grade inversion of control container.
In addition to the keeping the code as clean and as compact as possible, I spent countless hours ensuring that every single method, class, interface, property and enum is fully documented, regardless of whether or not that item was marked as public, internal, or private. I love my code and I love what I do, and I hope that shows in the code that I write
The best part about all this is that LinFu's IoC container framework weighs in at only 94KB, making it the smallest IoC framework among its brethen, with the Autofac container falling at a close 110KB.
Within the next few weeks, I'll be publishing an article on CodeProject that details all the features that you can expect from LinFu.IoC 2.0, and I will time the release so that it coincides with the actual CodeProject article itself.
Meanwhile, stay tuned!
EDIT: I realize that this post is quite scant on details so if you want to dive straight into the LinFu.IoC source, you can just go here
. If you want to take a look at the IoC framework comparison project, click here
. The code practically speaks for itself. Enjoy!