Light-weight IoC and DI engine using AOP
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dI.Hook - Light-weight IoC and DI engine using AOP

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dI.Hook (pronounced as, du' hʊk) is a light-weight IoC and DI engine to define hooks via code or configuration, call them dynamically or conditionally and dispose them when not required. However, this is not yet another dependency injection framework. It does a lot more than just DI -

  • dI.Hook creates a controlled repository of hooks instead of searching & instantiating a hook at a time when required

  • dI.Hook allows lazy-loading the hook objects at run-time, thereby optimizing the memory allocation and performance

  • dI.Hook allows addition of hooks by both hook-type and live hook instance thereby

    • allowing sharing of hook instances between multiple repositories and/or
    • adding multiple hooks of same type with different attributes in a single repository
  • dI.Hook allows creating a hierarchy of hooks

  • dI.Hook promotes both repository based hooks and method based hooks

    • Hooks can now be stored in a repository or
    • The repository can be designed light-weight and methods could be decorated by Hook Attributes
  • Hooks can be invoked conditionally using C# Funcs, delegates and Actions

  • Hooks can be invoked sequentially (as blocking calls) or parallel (in separate threads)

It is called dI.Hook as it uses dependency injection to allow you to create run-time dependencies or hooks.

Simple to learn, well documented, and extremely light-weight.

Using in your application

You can reference dI.Hook using Nuget Download instructions from Nuget.org