Tuesday October 13th

Monday October 12th

Making Unity work more like the others

I love MS Unity as an IoC container, it has some great features. Though I found it to function incorrectly at two points (it’s not that the path chosen by the Unity team is incorrect, I just want/excpect it to act differently). The first thing that bothered me was the fact that Unity throws an exception when Resolve<T> is not able to resolve the given type: I’d prefer it to return null instead, hence most containers do that. The second, even more irritating point, was that ResolveAll<T> only returned the named instances/types instead of all registered types


Thanks for the article, I use Unity a lot and always good to learn new issues/workarounds/approaches.

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