Tor.ServiceLocation 1.0.1

A simple, lightweight, free service locator.

Install-Package Tor.ServiceLocation -Version 1.0.1
dotnet add package Tor.ServiceLocation --version 1.0.1
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paket add Tor.ServiceLocation --version 1.0.1
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Usage:
Register a class what you want to create all time:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterService<ClassA>();

Register a class what you want to create at once (singleton):

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterSingleton<ClassA>();

Register a class with other base types and/or interfaces:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterSingleton<ClassA>();
			.WithExportType<IClassA>();

This will means, that if you gets ClassA or IClassA from the contaner, this ClassA will be retrieved.

If your class has just one constructor (empty or parameterized), you are ready, but if your class has more constructor, you have to tell the servicelocator what parameters needed:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterService<ClassE>()
            .WithConstructorParameter<ClassA>()
            .WithConstructorParameter<IClassB>();

This means, the servicelocator will create the ClassE class with this constructor: ClassE(ClassA, IClassB).
The ClassA and the IClassB will be created by the servicelocator.

Check the registered classes dependencies:

CommonServiceLocator.CheckServices();

Clear the container:

CommonServiceLocator.Clear();

Gets an object from the container:

var classA = CommonServiceLocator.GetInstance<ClassA>();

Gets a list of objects from the container:

var classAList = CommonServiceLocator.GetInstances<IClassA>();

Thread safety:
The servicelocator is thread safe by default.

Usage:
Register a class what you want to create all time:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterService<ClassA>();

Register a class what you want to create at once (singleton):

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterSingleton<ClassA>();

Register a class with other base types and/or interfaces:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterSingleton<ClassA>();
			.WithExportType<IClassA>();

This will means, that if you gets ClassA or IClassA from the contaner, this ClassA will be retrieved.

If your class has just one constructor (empty or parameterized), you are ready, but if your class has more constructor, you have to tell the servicelocator what parameters needed:

CommonServiceLocator.RegisterService<ClassE>()
            .WithConstructorParameter<ClassA>()
            .WithConstructorParameter<IClassB>();

This means, the servicelocator will create the ClassE class with this constructor: ClassE(ClassA, IClassB).
The ClassA and the IClassB will be created by the servicelocator.

Check the registered classes dependencies:

CommonServiceLocator.CheckServices();

Clear the container:

CommonServiceLocator.Clear();

Gets an object from the container:

var classA = CommonServiceLocator.GetInstance<ClassA>();

Gets a list of objects from the container:

var classAList = CommonServiceLocator.GetInstances<IClassA>();

Thread safety:
The servicelocator is thread safe by default.

Release Notes

If the registered class has just one parameterized constructor, you don't need to list the constructor parameters.

  • .NETStandard 2.0

    • No dependencies.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.1 273 5/16/2018
1.0.0 246 5/13/2018