Every now and then people get confused when they try to use the NinjectObjectBuilder for NServiceBus. In this blog post I want to describe the purpose of the NinjectObjectBuilder for NServiceBus and highlight the difference between Ninject and Ninject together with NServiceBus.
Ninject deprecated! Long lives the new ninject service locator!
We all know that people have been struggling to adapt the modularity and composition root approach Ninject and particularly the people around Ninject have been promoting over the years. After several years of stackoverflow frustration and people constantly demanding new feature for Ninject, we sat down and decided to listen carefully to the people’s needs. After endless meetings with no real agenda we finally came to the ultimate conclusion: Ninject’s way addressing modern...
NServiceBus UnitOfWorkScope with Ninject
Yes I know I promised you guys amazing things are happening in NServiceBus. But I want to start with the small things and then go over some bigger changes. So feel free to skip this blog post if I disappointed you 😉 NServiceBus 3.0 and greater has the notion of an unit of work. The unit of work in NServiceBus allows you to externalize repetitive code such as committing NHibernate transactions, calling SaveChanges on a RavenDB session and much more. You can create your own unit of work pretty...
Future of Activation blocks
Since I started using and working on Ninject I have never seen a good use case for Activations Blocks like they are implemented at the moment. That’s why I’m currently planning on changing their behavior to give them more sense. This blog post will explain what I have in mind at the moment.
ASP.NET Provider dependency injection with Ninject 3.0.0
Unfortunately, ASP.NET providers like the MembershipProvider and RolesProvider aren’t designed for dependency injection. Many users have problems to assign dependencies to them. In this blog post I’ll show a way to how this can be done using Ninject.Web.Common 3.0.0. This solution works for MVC and WebForms.
The new release of Ninject 3.0 comes with a new extension that adds support for factories to Ninject. It supports factory interfaces, Func and Lazy. In this blog post I will explain how they are used. Why using factories? The recommended way to use IoC containers is that the composition root of the application is the only place where the container is accessed. Unfortunately many application can’t create everything at once during the application start or at the beginning of a web/wcf...
New Features and changes of Ninject 3.0
Ninject 3.0 release candidate has gone live. This release introduces some new feature and some changes in its behavior. This blog post will give you detailed information what has changed. It covers mainly Ninject core. Other blog posts that describe the changes and the new extensions will follow soon.
Why I like Ninject for Acceptance Testing (.NET Dependency Injection Container)
Lately, I wrote quite a lot of acceptance tests. I simulate that the application is started-up and perform all features requested by our customer to make sure that they work as expected. In order to make these tests fast so that they can be run on every commit to the version control system, I simulate all interaction with the environment of the application: views, database, file system, registry, share point and so on. To get the most out of these acceptance tests, I want to fake as little as...
Ninject constructor selection preview
Ninject 2.4 will introduce the ability to configure which constructor shall be used and to configure constructor arguments without having to use magic strings to define for which argument. In this post I will give a preview on how this works.
Ninject Nuget packages updated to Nuget 1.3
Recently we have updated all Ninject Nuget packages to Nuget 1.3. In order to use them you have to update your client to 1.3 as well. This update brought a few improvements: