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Our web app is configured to use Simple Injector for its DI (dependency injection) container. This allows us to simply declare any dependencies that a class needs via its constructor and the DI container at runtime will provide instances of those dependencies for us to use.
> For information on how to use a DI container with ASP.NET see the [Dependenc...
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