Dependency Injection in .NET Core & .NET 6 (Second Edition) Download
Master Dependency Injection in .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 3using C# + Interview Questions
What you’ll learn
- Inject Dependencies using built-in .NET Core Dependency Injection Container
- Resolve Dependencies Based on Given Conditions
- Inject Services Directly Into The Views in ASP .NET Core
- Inject Action Filters in ASP .NET Core
- Plug Third-Party IoC Containers (e.g. AutoFac) into Dependency Injection Framework of ASP .NET Core
- Dependency Injection in WPF Core (.NET Core 3)
- Interview Questions
- C# Beginner Level
- .NET Core 3 SDK
- Visual Studio 2017, 2019 or Visual Studio for Mac
** NOW UPDATED FOR DOTNET 6 **
Learn your value at work and boost your resume by learning the cutting-edge Dependency Injection in .NET Core and .NET 6!
Dependency Injection is a technique by which the dependency between modules and classes can be eliminated to increase the code’s mobility, reusability, and maintainability.
Historically .NET developers used third party components and frameworks such as Unity, Ninject and AutoFac to implement dependency injection. Unfortunately, developers had to learn multiple complex dependency injection frameworks, but in .NET Core and Dotnet 6+, dependency injection is supported out of the box!
This course will teach you the necessary software engineering concepts and design principles. Then you will be taken through a few hands-on projects through which various dependency injection features of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core are explained.
At the end of this course, you will be able to design and code extensible, scalable and reusable applications using ASP.NET Core! This will add considerable value to your resume, and it will help you shine as a great developer!
The course also comes with a series of Interview Questions about Dependency Injection in .NET Core, which will help you a lot with your future job interviews!
Who this course is for:
- C# and VB .NET Developers
- ASP .NET and ASP .NET MVC Developers
- .NET Core and ASP .NET Core Developers or Learners
- University Students
- Solution Architectes
- Technical Leaders and/or Technology Managers