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Can .NET applications use Dependency Injection?

 
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Hi,

I'd like to know if .NET applications written in C# can use the benefits of Dependency Injection.

Thank you.
 
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The Dependency Injection design pattern can be implemented by applications written in many programming lanugages. The
design pattern is not dependent upon any particular programming language.
 
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Is this you're looking for http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163739.aspx" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">URL
 
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Yes, absolutely!

In fact you can use many of the design patterns I describe in my book with hardly any changes. Spring has a .NET edition and there is an equivalent of Guice in C# called Ninject.
 
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