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What is Dependency Injection?
It is very common that you will instantiate an objects properties or internal members to some value other than null within the objects constructor; thus setting up the object for use when it is created. These values are considered “dependencies” since the object depends on them in order to function. The pattern at its most basic is just passing in these dependencies to the objects constructor instead of instantiating them directly within the objects constructor. By doing this you can change the objects dependencies without needing to modify, refactor or inherit the class. Also, dependency injection doesn’t rely on IoC and can be used without it.
Thanks to Chris Pietschmann(http://pietschsoft.com). Pls visit the below url more details.
Workflows dehydrate and re-hydrate.
The concept of “hydration” is the moving of the workflow code back and forth from memory and the database. In other words, the workflow is dehydrated when moving from in memory to the database and then is subsequently re-hydrated when moved from the database back to in memory.
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Spring.NET is an open source application framework that makes building enterprise .NET applications easier.
Spring Social is an extension of the Spring Framework that helps you connect your applications with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers such as Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, and more! It offers an extensible service provider framework (including support for OAuth1 and OAuth2) that greatly simplifies the process of connecting local user accounts to hosted provider accounts.
Spring.NET Social supports the following runtime environments:
- .NET 2.0
- .NET Client Profile 3.5 and 4.0
- Silverlight 4.0 and 5.0
- Windows Phone 7.0 and 7.1