Dependency Injection in Windows Communication Foundation
Authors: Alex Culp, Robert Dizon, Greg Cowin, and Bill Collette.
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Dependency Injection (DI) is an object- oriented design pattern for creating loose coupling between classes. This article discusses the benefits of using DI in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), as well as some techniques for implementing DI in WCF.
In This Section
The Dependency Injection Design Pattern
Examples: Using Unity to Implement DI
Using Instance Provider and ServiceHostFactory to Construct the Service