What are the benefits and dangers of IoC (Inversion of Control)?
What I find is that the Inversion of Control pattern (also called DI - Depenency Injection) is hard to grasp.
I can see the mechanics, but what problems does it try to solve?
IoC has is a lot of coding overhead, but I am not clear about the exact benefits.
A follow up question. Do you take IoC to Production or is it only for Testing?
I am asking because there is the risk of deploying incorrect xml configuration files.
Does anyone ever talk abou this risk?
Trey Henlon, Jun 30, 2010
What problems does it try to solve?
Do you take IoC to Production or is it only for Testing?
I certainly use it on production as well as for testing. Note that there are DI frameworks that doesn't use Xml (Ninject be one of them).
Robert Blixt, Jul 02, 2010
Do you have an example implementation for the same? Thanks in advance.
Jul 20, 2010
Jun 07, 2010