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Understanding Dependency Injection in .NET Core with Quartz.NET example

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14 Sep 2020CPOL5 min read
The article shows how to perform dependency injection when using Quartz.NET library employing standard .NET Core DI container library. Also, we'll focus on a couple of other useful .NET core techniques.
Quartz.NET is a handy library that allows you to schedule recurring tasks via implementing IJob interface. Yet the limitation of it is that, by default, it supports only parameterless constructor which complicates injecting external service inside of it, i.e., for implementing repository pattern. In this article, we'll take a look at how we can tackle this problem using standard .NET Core DI container.


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