Chapter 11. StructureMap by Mark Seemann

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Chapter 11. StructureMap

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  • Introducing StructureMap
  • Managing lifetime
  • Working with multiple components
  • Configuring difficult APIs

In the previous chapter, we looked at the Castle Windsor DI CONTAINER to see how the principles and patterns described in parts 13 can be applied. In this chapter, we’ll do exactly the same with another DI CONTAINER: StructureMap.

StructureMap is the oldest DI CONTAINER for .NET—it has been around longer than the others. Despite its age, it’s still being actively developed and has many modern features, so we should view its age mostly as a testament to its maturity. It’s also one of the most commonly used DI CONTAINERS.[1]

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