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Contextual Awareness – Making your container behave intelligently

Containers are dumb – what if they were smart? One of the things I really wanted to do when I set out to create the ServiceLocator in Siege.Requisitions was to create a container that could map an interface to multiple … Continue reading 

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Dependency Injection into Controller Actions in ASP.NET MVC

  Dependency Injection into Controller Actions in ASP.NET MVC Where I work, we use Siege for all of our new (and most of our existing) web applications, taking advantage of it’s contextual resolution capabilities to focus on programming our applications … Continue reading 

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Getting Started with MonoTouch

Recently, I bought an iPad and decided to try my hand at objective-C. It was a pretty fun experience but as I began to think of apps that I’d actually want to write, I knew of a lot of open-source … Continue reading 

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Boiling the Ocean [Siege Update]

It’s been several months since I’ve posted an update on Siege.ServiceLocation. I’ve not been dormant over these last few months, but rather very active. I have a few updates I want to share with you guys. These have been a … Continue reading 

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Hallmarks of Good Framework Design

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A philosophical discussion about Inversion of Control frameworks

I had a short conversation with Chad Myers today over twitter (a very challenging medium to have a conversation of any substance over, and frustrating). Basically, it was about my effort with Siege.ServiceLocation. I thought I would clear up some … Continue reading 

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Introducing Siege.ServiceLocation.Extensions: FactoryMethod Support, Dependency Resolution based on type injected into added

Introduction For anyone wanting to follow The Siege Project, I routinely post updates on twitter (MarcusTheBold). Feel free to follow. I did some refactoring and clean up. I’ll address the specifics in a moment. First, I’ll list the files for … Continue reading 

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Added support for Unity, Autofac to Siege.ServiceLocation

…plus, some other house-cleaning items. Last night I put together adapters for Autofac and Unity. The process turned out to be rather straightforward; I think all told for both it took me about an hour from adding the projects to … Continue reading 

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The Siege Project: Siege.ServiceLocation Part 5 – A guide to getting started with Siege.ServiceLocation

The Siege Project Introduction Siege.ServiceLocation Part 1 – Introduction and General Use Siege.ServiceLocation Part 2 – Contextual Registration and Resolution Siege.ServiceLocation Part 3 – Extending the container with custom use cases Siege.ServiceLocation Part 4 – Integrating Siege.ServiceLocation with ASP.NET MVC … Continue reading 

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The Siege Project: Siege.ServiceLocation, Part 4 – Integrating Siege.ServiceLocation with ASP.NET MVC

The Siege Project Introduction Siege.ServiceLocation Part 1 – Introduction and General Use Siege.ServiceLocation Part 2 – Contextual Registration and Resolution Siege.ServiceLocation Part 3 – Extending the container with custom use cases Siege.ServiceLocation Part 4 – Integrating Siege.ServiceLocation with ASP.NET MVC … Continue reading 

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