Previous posts in the series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 In tutorial #7, Alex shows us the real meat of DI, which is switching out implementations.
Previous posts in the series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 In tutorial #6, Alex discusses lifestyles and how to muck about with them.
(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.
So, I wrote an entry for The Great Devlicio.us Giveaway, and I won!
Ryan Lanciaux has probably one of the best series on setting up the Repository and Unit-of-Work patterns with Rhino Commons, NHibernate, Castle, and Windsor.
We are using the Virtual Earth Tile Server that Dave Bouwman created which publishes tiles from ArcGIS Server services to Virtual Earth.