This blog post shows you how to create an in-memory integration testing framework that is quick and easy to setup for a .NET core 2.0 Web Service.
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Dependency Inversion is a widely used principle in building software today. While it is heavily used, the understanding of Dependency Inversion, Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection are less well known. These three