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Calcium SDK: Replace IShell Implementation

, 19 Feb 2010 CPOL
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When using the Calcium SDK[^]to replace the shell implementation entirely with your own implementation, use:void Application_Startup(object sender, StartupEventArgs e){ var container = new UnityContainer(); ServiceLocatorSingleton.Instance.InitializeServiceLocator(container); ...
When using the Calcium SDK[^]
to replace the shell implementation entirely with your own implementation, use:

void Application_Startup(object sender, StartupEventArgs e)
{
  var container = new UnityContainer();
  ServiceLocatorSingleton.Instance.InitializeServiceLocator(container);
  var shell = new YourCustomShell();
  container.RegisterInstance<IShell>(shell);
}

Or in VB:

Sub Application_Startup(sender As Object, e As StartupEventArgs)
	Dim container As var = New UnityContainer()
	ServiceLocatorSingleton.Instance.InitializeServiceLocator(container)
	Dim shell As var = New RonsShell()
	container.RegisterInstance(Of IShell)(shell)
End Sub

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