Using Unity Container

The Unity container has been in place for quite a few years now. Somehow, it was the official Microsoft external container and has been linked to the Patterns & Practices initiative for many years.

Please note that Unity is not an official Microsoft product or does not belong to the Patterns & Practices team anymore. The project has been redirected to other people (Pablo Cibraro and Pedro Wood), as Immo Landwerth published in .NET Blog in 2015 (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2015/08/21/the-future-of-unity/), commenting: "Dependency injection containers for .NET have continued to mature and evolve significantly. In addition, open source components are now more accepted. The need for having an "official" container ...

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