Previous posts in the series: We are slightly refactoring the project from Part 9, adding the ability to specify a formatter for our encoded message.
Previous posts in the series: Here’s the interface Alex defines;
Previous posts in the series: Here’s our class to read a file:
Previous posts in the series: As Alex states, when switching implementations, you take the contract of your implementation and stuff it in an interface.
Previous posts in the series: So, we create the same adding service component (minus the spelling errors ;)):
(Sorry about the delay in the tutorials, but I took a week of vacation and my wife wouldn’t let me near the computer…)
Previous posts in the series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 In part four of his series, the Bitter Coder (Alex) shows how easy it is to switch configurations using Windsor.
Image via Wikipedia Time for Part III in the Binsorization of the Bitter Coder tutorials.
In the last post, I started doing the Bitter Coder tutorials, but using Binsor for the configuration.
I blather on and on about Windsor and how I adore it, much to the annoyance of the other devs that are forced to work with me.