Dependency Injection and IceRPC for C#
Understand how IceRPC for C# provides support for Dependency Injection (DI).
DI as an optional feature
The first rule of DI is: don't introduce a dependency on DI.
IceRPC for C# takes this rule at heart by providing full support for DI while making this support completely optional.
The IceRPC C# API was designed to be both DI-friendly and DI container agnostic. Additionally, IceRPC provides support code to help you use IceRPC with Microsoft's DI container.
All the DI-related APIs provided by IceRPC are in the same namespace,
IceRpc.Extensions.DependencyInjection, but are implemented by several assemblies:
- IceRpc.dll provides abstractions such as
IInvokerBuilderIceRpc.Deadline.dll] and other interceptor/middleware assemblies provide extension methods for
IInvokerBuilder. These extension methods are DI container agnostic.
- IceRpc.Extensions.DependencyInjection.dll provides support code for Microsoft's DI container. This includes various extension methods for IServiceCollection, such as
AddIceRpcClientConnection, and implementations for