Frictionless: convention based

Our first aim is to remove friction, it is not always easy and cannot be done every single time, but one thing that can give a lot of benefits in this area is to move from a configuration based toolkit to a convention based toolkit, I suppose that this concept is widely accepted and is nothing new.

What happens when this lines of code are executed:

public partial class App : Application
{
public App()
{
var bootstrapper = new WindsorApplicationBootstrapper<MainView>();
}
}

A lot of things:

  1. The application Startup event is wired;
  2. When the Startup event is fired:
    1. The Inversion of Control container is created;
    2. The MEF composition container is created;
    3. The composition container is composed against the bootstrapper itself;
    4. The Inversion of Control container is configured using the bootstrap conventions;
    5. The main window (the one identified by the TShellView generic parameter) is resolved and shown;

Last edited Nov 5, 2012 at 5:51 AM by topics, version 2

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