Ninject Hits 1.0

posted on 06/16/08 at 09:47:32 pm by Joel Ross

My favorite DI framework, Ninject, has just hit 1.0. Nate Kohari, the author of Ninject, has been working hard on it, and today, announced that it's gone gold. Congrats, Nate!

A few months back, I wrote a post about how dependency injection helped me write code that was more flexible than hard coding the dependencies. In the comments, the discussion of using a framework came up, and I decided to give it a go. I asked what framework I should use on Twitter, and the consensus was Windsor. But later, I had a discussion with Nate, who wasn't around when I asked, and I decided to replace my Windsor implementation with Ninject. It took more time to download Ninject than it did to get it implemented!

Ever since, I've been a huge fan. It's extremely easy to use, and Nate is easy to talk to, and actually listens to your feedback. So, if you're in need of DI (and you should be!), check out Ninject. It's definitely worth your time!

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