Hi, my name is Marco. Working as a Senior Software Architect at Philips. This blog is statically generated using Next.js.
I wrote my first blog March 2011. Mostly I'm writing on software development. In total I wrote 70 articles in 6 categories. Use search below to filter by title or click a category or tag to filter by tag or category.
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In this blog post I will explain how to inject your dependencies into your controllers in a MVC 3 application with Castle Windsor. First of all you need to create a WindsorInstaller. This class is responsible for the configuration of your IoC container. In the above class the first line registers all your controllers with lifestyle configured to Transient. Depending on the lifestyle you choose Windsor will clean all resources. Other lifestyles are Singleton, Pooled, PerWebRequest, PerThread.…