An IoC that follows you around

I want to briefly mention this fantastic IoC container. It is small & easy to use. Best of all it is suited to the world of mobility – small footprint and quick setup.

I intent to use this container in my iPhone apps with MonoTouch, but have already used it at work on the Windows Mobile platform. It really came to the rescue while refactoring the DA layer of our application allowing us to point to multiple mobile databases without any fuss. Just needs a little configuration file for setup purposes.

Look here for details: http://hg.grumpydev.com/tinyioc/wiki/Home

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2 Responses to “An IoC that follows you around”

  1. Portable Tiny Inversion of Control Container (Portable-TinyIoc) | Has AlTaiar Says:

    […] have been using it for quite a while now and previously my colleague Mark T. has blogged about it here. TinyIoC comes with mainly two files, the container itself and a small light-weight messengerHub […]

  2. Kloud Blog Says:

    […] have been using it for quite a while now and previously my colleague Mark T. has blogged about it here. TinyIoC comes with mainly two files, the container itself and a small light-weight messengerHub […]

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