AP.IocManager 1.0.0

A flexible IocC Container  supports .Net Framework and .Net Core 2.0
Fast and Support IServiceProvider integration

Install-Package AP.IocManager -Version 1.0.0
dotnet add package AP.IocManager --version 1.0.0
<PackageReference Include="AP.IocManager" Version="1.0.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add AP.IocManager --version 1.0.0
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#r "nuget: AP.IocManager, 1.0.0"
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// Install AP.IocManager as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=AP.IocManager&version=1.0.0

// Install AP.IocManager as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=AP.IocManager&version=1.0.0
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Using

The following is the simplest example of using the IoC container


public interface IAnimal {  }
public class Dog : IAnimal {  }
public class Cow : IAnimal {  }

public interface IAnimalManager {  }
public class AnimalManager : IAnimalManager {
    public AnimalManager(IEnumerable<IAnimal> animals) {  }
}
void  Example ()  {
    // Create a new container
    IBaseContainer container = new BaseContainer();

    // Register type
    container.Register<IAnimal,Dog>();
    container.Register<IAnimal,Cow>();
    container.Register<IAnimalManager,AnimalManager>(ReuseType.Singleton);

    // animals contains two instances, one is Dog and the other is Cow
    var animals = container.ResolveMany<IAnimal>();

    // animalManager's constructor will automatically pass in a list of two instances
    var animalManager = container.Resolve<IAnimalManager>();

    // When the service registered as a singleton (Singleton) resolves again Use the original instance
    // where animalManager == otherAnimalManager
    var otherAnimalManager = container.Resolve<IAnimalManager>();
}

Global IoC container

In the above example, the container was created manually. You do not need to manually create the container when actually developing the program, because there is a global default in IoC. The global IoC container can be used to:

var someService = IoC.Container.Resolve<ISomeService>();

IServiceProvider integration

The current web container implements Microsoft's DI interface and supports the replacement of containers used in Asp.Net Core.

Registration IServiceCollectioncan be used

 public IServiceProvider ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
        {
            services.AddMvc();
            IoC.Container.RegisterSingleton<IDemoService, DemoService>();
            IoC.Container.RegisterFromServiceCollection(services);
            return IoC.Container.AsServiceProvider();
        }

// Get multiple times will return the same instance

    var serviceProvider = IoC.Container.AsServiceProvider();

The Asp.Net Core project created by the current project builder will replace the default container. You do not need to manually write the above code.

Controller Inject Service

public class ValuesController : ControllerBase
    {
        private readonly IDemoService _demoSrv;
        public ValuesController(IDemoService demoSrv)
        {
            this._demoSrv = demoSrv;
        }
    }

Method Inject Service

    [HttpGet]
    public async Task<dynamic> Get()
    {
        //Inject
        var demoSrv =  IoC.Container.Resolve<IDemoService>();
        demoSrv.DoSomeThing();
        //Logic
    }

Using

The following is the simplest example of using the IoC container


public interface IAnimal {  }
public class Dog : IAnimal {  }
public class Cow : IAnimal {  }

public interface IAnimalManager {  }
public class AnimalManager : IAnimalManager {
    public AnimalManager(IEnumerable<IAnimal> animals) {  }
}
void  Example ()  {
    // Create a new container
    IBaseContainer container = new BaseContainer();

    // Register type
    container.Register<IAnimal,Dog>();
    container.Register<IAnimal,Cow>();
    container.Register<IAnimalManager,AnimalManager>(ReuseType.Singleton);

    // animals contains two instances, one is Dog and the other is Cow
    var animals = container.ResolveMany<IAnimal>();

    // animalManager's constructor will automatically pass in a list of two instances
    var animalManager = container.Resolve<IAnimalManager>();

    // When the service registered as a singleton (Singleton) resolves again Use the original instance
    // where animalManager == otherAnimalManager
    var otherAnimalManager = container.Resolve<IAnimalManager>();
}

Global IoC container

In the above example, the container was created manually. You do not need to manually create the container when actually developing the program, because there is a global default in IoC. The global IoC container can be used to:

var someService = IoC.Container.Resolve<ISomeService>();

IServiceProvider integration

The current web container implements Microsoft's DI interface and supports the replacement of containers used in Asp.Net Core.

Registration IServiceCollectioncan be used

 public IServiceProvider ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
        {
            services.AddMvc();
            IoC.Container.RegisterSingleton<IDemoService, DemoService>();
            IoC.Container.RegisterFromServiceCollection(services);
            return IoC.Container.AsServiceProvider();
        }

// Get multiple times will return the same instance

    var serviceProvider = IoC.Container.AsServiceProvider();

The Asp.Net Core project created by the current project builder will replace the default container. You do not need to manually write the above code.

Controller Inject Service

public class ValuesController : ControllerBase
    {
        private readonly IDemoService _demoSrv;
        public ValuesController(IDemoService demoSrv)
        {
            this._demoSrv = demoSrv;
        }
    }

Method Inject Service

    [HttpGet]
    public async Task<dynamic> Get()
    {
        //Inject
        var demoSrv =  IoC.Container.Resolve<IDemoService>();
        demoSrv.DoSomeThing();
        //Logic
    }

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Version History

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1.0.0 648 7/3/2018