What is Ninject?
It is a lightning-fast, ultra-lightweight dependency injector for .NET applications. It helps you split your application into a collection of loosely-coupled, highly-cohesive pieces, and then glue them back together in a flexible manner. By using it to support your software's architecture, your code will become easier to write, reuse, test, and modify.
Ninject is a tool in the Dependency Management category of a tech stack.
Ninject is an open source tool with 2.3K GitHub stars and 525 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Ninject's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Ninject?
4 companies reportedly use Ninject in their tech stacks, including Zappiti, Heimdal Security, and Axis.
.NET, Unity, Blend4Web, Buildbox, and Godot are some of the popular tools that integrate with Ninject. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with Ninject.
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