Dependency Injection and the Composite Application Block (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 5)

Introduction In part 1 of this series of articles I described a simple CAB application. This had three Windows Application C# projects with no references to each other. In spite of this, with some very simple code we could get all three to launch their individual screens. That very simple application didn’t have the projects … Continue reading Dependency Injection and the Composite Application Block (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 5)

An Aside on Inversion of Control, Dependency Inversion and Dependency Injection (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 4)

Introduction In part 3 of this series of articles I discussed dependency injection in general terms. To understand what the CAB is doing for you it’s important to have an understanding of dependency injection, and I will be talking more about it in part 5. This short article is something of an aside however, and … Continue reading An Aside on Inversion of Control, Dependency Inversion and Dependency Injection (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 4)