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Lesson 7 - IoC container source code

In the previous lesson, Passing dependencies with Dependency Injection, we showed how our application would look like using the Dependency Injection design pattern. But what's happening under the hood and how to program the Inversion of Control container to pass dependencies automatically in multi-layered applications? In today's final tutorial, there are source codes of a simple IoC container waiting for you! :)

Recapitulation

We already have an idea of ​​how we use DI. Before we take a look at how it can be programmed, let's make a small recapitulation of what we have learned during the course:


 

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