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ikasovitch (4) [Avatar] Offline
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Hi,

I have read your book and it was very useful to me. As a fan of C# I have expected to see more examples in C#. Specifically, code that is using Dependency Injectors in C#. Maybe instead of giving a lot of examples in Guice you can illustrate using Ninject instead.
One more thing, is it possible to give a comparison in a table of the features of each dependency injection libraries (both Java and C# libraries)?

thanks for your wonderful book.
dhanji.prasanna (37) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Depenedency Injection in C#
Thanks for the kind words!

I considered Ninject strongly. At the time I wrote most of the chapters, Ninject was a bit immature. It's definitely improved a lot and worth a second look--I'll see if I can work some more C# examples in if time permits.

There is a comparison table of DI libraries, coming in the appendices.
ikasovitch (4) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Depenedency Injection in C#
Thanks for the quick reply. I appreciate your effort. I Just want to say that I am going to lecture about dependency injection and your book helped me a lot.

best wishes.