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Posted 28 Mar 2013

Dependency Inversion Principle, IoC Container, and Dependency Injection (Part - 3)

, 21 Apr 2013
This is the third part of article on Dependency Injection. It explains how to develop a simple IoC container.
DIP
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DIP.Abstractions.dll
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DIP.HighLevelModule
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DIP.Abstractions.dll
DIP.HighLevelModule.dll
DIP.MyIoCContainer.dll
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DIP.HighLevelModule.dll
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DIP.Implementation
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DIP.Abstractions.dll
DIP.Implementation.dll
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DIP.Implementation.dll
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DIP.LowLevelModule
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DIP.LowLevelModule.dll
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DIP.LowLevelModule.dll
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DIP.MyIoCContainer
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DIP.MyIoCContainer.dll
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DIP.MyIoCContainer.dll
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DIP.sln.docstates.suo
DIP.suo

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