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How to use Dependency Injection

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  1. Jonathas
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    02 May 2013
    11 Jun 2013
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    Seems like I am not able to create my own container within sitefinity. I am using DI on custom controls (widgets) that I am creating. Is there samples some where on how to do it?
  2. Georgi Georgiev
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    27 Apr 2016
    12 Jun 2013
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    According to your question you can take a look at this forum post - dependency-injection.
    Moreover, you could follow the examples in the following article - Overwriting the default LifecycleDecorator for a Content manager .

    Georgi Georgiev
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