Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection

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Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection

  1. 1. Inversion of control andDependency Injection By Dinesh Sharma
  2. 2.  Aware of MVC Framework Aware of Web API
  3. 3.  Inversion of Control, or IoC, is an abstract principle describing an aspect of some software architecture designs in which the flow of control of a system is inverted in comparison to procedural programming. It means, that in procedural programming a chunk of code that uses, or consumes, another chunk of code is in control of the process.
  4. 4.  Dependency Injection is a great way to reduce tight coupling between software components. Instead of hard-coding dependencies, such as specifying a database driver, you inject a list of services that a component may need. The services are then connected by a third party. This technique enables you to better manage future changes and other complexity in your software.
  5. 5.  The greatest benefit is that it encourages dependency free architecture. Your classes stand alone, and do not depend on a specific implementation (other than its interface and requirements) Flexibility to use alternative implementation of a given service without recompiling the application code. IoC container can control the lifetime of your dependencies. Suppose you want an object to exist for the lifetime of the request in web page. Continue ……
  6. 6.  Code becomes more reusable, testable and readable. When you test something, if it has a hard coded new in there, you cant easily replace it with a mocked object to feed it test data. Suppose you want to test that an object calculates a value correctly. Feeding it test data with known values makes it easier to test.
  7. 7.  We can inject ◦ Controllers ◦ Views ◦ Constructors ◦ Filters
  8. 8.  Unity (Microsoft Enterprise Library block) Ninject Castle Windsor Autofac StructureMap Spring.Net Etc…….
  9. 9.  We have Products API, which implement the Products repository. So we need to create an object of Product Repository to access its functionality into API. public class EmployeeController : ApiController { private readonly EmployeeRepository repository; public EmployeeController() { repository = new EmployeeRepository(); …………… Products Products API Repository
  10. 10.  If we create the interface for ProductRepository then we can hide our implementation as below – public class ProductsController : ApiController { private readonly IProductRepository repository; public ProductsController() { this.repository = new ProductRepository(); } IEmployee Repository Employee Employee API Repository
  11. 11.  In this scenario still we need to look into the implementation of ProductRepository. How to avoid dependency of ProductRepository? Let’s inject the Dependency using IoC (Unity)
  12. 12.  Create MVC 4 WebAPI project Using NuGet install package for Unity ◦ Install-package Unity Configure IoC Container (as in coming up slides) and ready to Go…….
  13. 13.  IoC container implements the Scope container and IDependencyResolver interface, which required to implement the BeginScope() method as below - class IoCContainer : ScopeContainer, IDependencyResolver { public IoCContainer(IUnityContainer container) : base(container) { } //Creates a nested scope. public IDependencyScope BeginScope() { var child = container.CreateChildContainer(); return new ScopeContainer(child); } }
  14. 14.  Now, Let’s write the ScopeContainer class, which implements the IDependencyScope interface. IDependencyScope having two methods GeteService() and GetServices(), These two methods are responsible to create the object of dependent class.
  15. 15. class ScopeContainer : IDependencyScope{ protected IUnityContainer container; public ScopeContainer(IUnityContainer container) { if (container == null) { throw new ArgumentNullException("container"); } this.container = container; } Continued…
  16. 16. //Creates one instance of a specified typepublic object GetService(Type serviceType){ if container.IsRegistered(serviceType)) { return container.Resolve(serviceType); } else { return null; }} Continued…
  17. 17. //Create a collection of objects of a specified type public IEnumerable<object> GetServices(Type serviceType) { if (container.IsRegistered(serviceType)) { return container.ResolveAll(serviceType); } else { return new List<object>(); } }//Once process is done container dispose the objects public void Dispose() { container.Dispose(); }
  18. 18.  Let’s create the container and register our dependencies to this –void ConfigureApi(HttpConfiguration config){ var unity = new UnityContainer(); unity.RegisterType<EmployeeController>(); unity.RegisterType<IEmployeeRepository, EmployeeRepository>(new HierarchicalLifetimeManager()); config.DependencyResolver = new IoCContainer(unity);}
  19. 19. Now inject the Dependency, which isEmployeeRepository here…….public class EmployeeController : ApiController { private readonly IEmployeeRepository repository; public EmployeeController(IEmployeeRepository repository ) { if (repository == null) { throw new ArgumentNullException("repository"); } this.repository = repository; }
  20. 20.  Download Unity - http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=17866 References – ◦ http://netmvc.blogspot.in/2012/04/dependency-injection-in-aspnet-mvc-4.html ◦ http://haacked.com/archive/2007/12/07/tdd-and-dependency-injection-with- asp.net-mvc.aspx
  21. 21. By Dinesh Sharma

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