I have an ASP.Net MVC application that is using NHibernate under the covers for data access. I'm using the Windsor container to handle injecting
ISession references into each controller.
This works great, but now I'm looking to expand my application with a pluggable architecture so that I can have a core product and specific add-ons. I found a great article on doing this with MEF.
My question is how to make the Windsor container and MEF container, life/work together so that I can achieve this. There was an article by Glenn Block that talked about this exact issue. Then end then said that the next article would show you how to do this, but there's no part 2.
Has anyone created an application like this using ASP.Net MVC, MEF, NHibernate and Castle Windsor?
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- Windsor serves as an IoC container for the actual components in your app
- MEF should be responsible for external components and 3rd party extensions in your app