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Ninject.Web.Mvc

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This extension allows integration between the Ninject and ASP.NET MVC projects. To use it, just make your HttpApplication (typically in Global.asax.cs) extend NinjectHttpApplication:

public class YourWebApplication : NinjectHttpApplication
{
  public override void OnApplicationStarted()
  {
    // This is only needed in MVC1
    RegisterAllControllersIn("Some.Assembly.Name");
  }

  public override IKernel CreateKernel()
  {
    return new StandardKernel(new SomeModule(), new SomeOtherModule(), ...);
    
    // OR, to automatically load modules:
    
    var kernel = new StandardKernel();
    kernel.AutoLoadModules("~/bin");
    return kernel;
  }
}

Once you do this, your controllers will be activated via Ninject, meaning you can expose dependencies on their constructors (or properties, or methods) to request injections.