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IoC/DI Containers

Dependency Injection is used widely in many large applications. DotVVM allows you to have your services injected in the viewmodel constructor or properties.

public class CustomersViewModel 
{
    // the parameters will be injected automatically by the DI container
    public CustomersViewModel(CustomerService customerService, ILogging log) 
    {
        ...        
    }

    // this service can be injected too if the container supports property injection
    [Bind(Direction.None)]
    public IAdditionalService AdditionalService { get; set; }
}

Basically, if you need any services in your viewmodel, you can request them in the constructor as parameters, or you can declare a public property in the viewmodel. In that case, don't forget to use the [Bind(Direction.None)] attribute to tell the serializer that it should not care about this property.

DotVVM uses the Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection library to configure and resolve services.

Static Command Services

DotVVM 2.0 added the Static Command Services.

All services injected using @service directive must be registered in the IServiceCollection so DotVVM can resolve them.

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