Spring .NET offers a lightweight Dependency Injection container built around the concept of the factories Design pattern.
Its "inversion of control" model (this is the other name of Dependency Injection) has a lot to offer if the team is struggling through issues of over-coupling and objects that are hard to unit test. Dependency Injection (DI) allows objects to be injected into a class, rather than relying on the class to create the object itself. It also provides a suite of services that can be applied to any object under Spring .NET's control. And since Spring .NET is built using standard .NET based code, applications that utilize Spring.NET have no additional dependency on COM, COM+, or Enterprise Services.
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