Top 20 NuGet ioc Packages

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Injects SharpRepository using StructureMap in your .NET Core apps or even using Microsoft.DependencyInjection library.
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SimpleInjector implementation for WebApi using Axis.Proteus
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The WebApiContrib.IoC.Ninject library provides dependency injection helpers for ASP.NET Web API.
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Autofac extension supporting MvvmCross dependency injection.
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The custom Mef Bootstrapper that compatible with WPF, WinForms and Console applications. Wisely support from .Net 4.5 to .Net 4.7 and from .Net Standard 1.6 to .Net Standard 2.0.
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Provides the configuring of IoC containers via Json files
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StructureMap IoC container support for Hangfire
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LightInject IOC packge for the Exrin Xamarin MVVM framework with support for Microsoft Extensions services
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Integrate Castle windsor to owin.
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An Unity-based type resolver for Postie
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A Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection-based type resolver for Postie
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KickStart Extension for Serilog
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Extensions for IWebHostBuilder to simplify the use of Rezolver containers in Asp.Net Core 2 applications
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Projeto em andamento. Biblioteca base com implementações IoC para arquitetura de microserviços utilizando DDD
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Just a few Autofac helpers
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Autofac is an IoC container for Microsoft .NET. It manages the dependencies between classes so that applications stay easy to change as they grow in size and complexity. The complete port of the Autofac assembly to support .NET 4.0 and newer.
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Provides an integration that enables LightInject to be used as the IoC container in the Nancy web framework.
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SimpleConfig allow applications to use configurations values from any data store in the type of interfaces, thus decouples the frameworks from your appliaction and allowing application to inject interfaces and nothing else. This framework should be used instead of .Net Core IOptions<T>.