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Rezolver.Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection Package

See package page on nuget.

[!TIP] It's recommended that you use the Asp.Net Core Hosting integration package on top of this one to enable integration of Rezolver into your Asp.Net core website at an earlier stage of its lifetime.

This package provides Rezolver's implementation of the Microsoft DI Container abstraction.

Generally speaking, you'll want to use either the Asp.Net Core Hosting Integration or the Generic Host Integration packages - both of which utilise this package anyway - however, if you are writing some other application, then you can use this package directly.

After adding the package, configuring your Asp.Net website to use Rezolver as the DI container is simple:

Replace the default ConfigureServices function in your application's Startup.cs file with this one:


This returns a new service provider to the Asp.Net Core stack - thus replacing the default service provider that's already built.

As the comment in the snippet suggests, you will likely want to perform additional registration operations on the @Rezolver.Container object that's returned by the CreateRezolverContainer function called here, since the Rezolver container supports more functionality (e.g. expressions, decorators, custom targets, and more) than the MS DI container does through its ServiceRegistrations class.

An alternative to calling that one-shot method is shown in the comments at the end of the function.

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