Microsoft's upgrade to .Net Framework, version 4.7.2 will bring dependency injection capability in ASP.net web forms to allow one object supply dependencies of another object. While Setter-, interface- and constructor-based injection will be supported, other dependency injection frameworks will be available as plugins.

The developer beta now available is to allow developers build applications that are compatible with the planned upgrade .Net Framework 4.7.2 through the use of Visual Studio 2015 or 2017 IDE versions, as well as other IDEs supported.

With the earlier release of .Net Framework 4.7.1 in mid-October 2017, the development platform gained critical improvements to garbage collection, security, and application configuration.



Other new features in .Net Framework 4.7.2 include: Azure Active Directory authentication which is now supported via an interactive authentication keyword added to multifactor authentication as an extension of the SqlClient Connection String to improve security.

Also, APIs have been added to standard collection types, enabling new functionality such as HashSet constructors that allow HashSets construction with a capacity.

Additionally, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) has been added to the StaticResource references feature letting a diagnostic assistant to be notified when a StaticResource reference is resolved. And the WorkflowDesignerColors class has been added to improve UI experiences in high-contrast mode.

If you'd like to give it a spin, you can download the current beta .NET Framework 4.7.2 Developer Pack Early Access build 3056 from Microsoft’s .Net Webpage. And provide your feedback by reporting any issue at the .NET Framework Early Access GitHub repository.

Microsoft .Net Framework adds dependency injection for ASP.Net web forms

Microsoft's upgrade to .Net Framework, version 4.7.2 will bring dependency injection capability in ASP.net web forms to allow one object supply dependencies of another object. While Setter-, interface- and constructor-based injection will be supported, other dependency injection frameworks will be available as plugins.

The developer beta now available is to allow developers build applications that are compatible with the planned upgrade .Net Framework 4.7.2 through the use of Visual Studio 2015 or 2017 IDE versions, as well as other IDEs supported.

With the earlier release of .Net Framework 4.7.1 in mid-October 2017, the development platform gained critical improvements to garbage collection, security, and application configuration.



Other new features in .Net Framework 4.7.2 include: Azure Active Directory authentication which is now supported via an interactive authentication keyword added to multifactor authentication as an extension of the SqlClient Connection String to improve security.

Also, APIs have been added to standard collection types, enabling new functionality such as HashSet constructors that allow HashSets construction with a capacity.

Additionally, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) has been added to the StaticResource references feature letting a diagnostic assistant to be notified when a StaticResource reference is resolved. And the WorkflowDesignerColors class has been added to improve UI experiences in high-contrast mode.

If you'd like to give it a spin, you can download the current beta .NET Framework 4.7.2 Developer Pack Early Access build 3056 from Microsoft’s .Net Webpage. And provide your feedback by reporting any issue at the .NET Framework Early Access GitHub repository.

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