Simply put, Dependency Injection is a design pattern that helps a class separate the logic of creating dependent objects. The result of this separation is a loosely coupled system where there is no rigid dependency between two concrete implementations. This article discusses what Dependency Injection is and illustrates its use in an ASP.NET MVC application.
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