Dependency Injection frameworks have been over-hyped for too long. In most of the cases in which I have seen it touted as a perfect fit, it hasn’t really been necassary; And in some cases it made those applications harder to maintain than an alternative ‘Service
Previously I’ve talked about the concepts behind securing passwords and the backend code related to that. I am now going to follow up with how to use the candor security features from a Microsoft MVC web application. The full source code can be found in
In a previous article I mentioned that Provider model can be used as a business rules layer or as a repository layer. I will show how this has been done as a portion of a real project and show all the relevant code for that
I have read lots of articles in the past couple years about provider model being either an anti-pattern, or not a pattern at all. Most people would agree that you should strive for SOLID code when working in a languages that supports object oriented programming.
Provider Model was introduced in 2004 during the beta’s for .net 2.0. Rob Howard: “The pattern itself is exceedingly simple and is given the name “provider” since it provides the functionality for an API. Defined, a provider is simply a contract between an API and