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Implementing Logging and Dependency Injection in Akka.NET

Implementing Logging and Dependency Injection in Akka.NET

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Easily add logging to your Akka.NET based system to effectively monitor production applications and use dependency injection to ensure your actors remain loosely coupled and adhere to object oriented best practices.

Syllabus

Introduction
Course Prerequisites
NuGet Packages
Demo Application Overview
Demo Application with No DI or Logging
Summary
Introduction
Logging Choices
Logging Levels
Getting Started with the StandardOutLogger
Writing Error Log Messages
Writing to Log Files with NLog
Distributed Logging
Serilog Overview
Implementing Serilog Logging
Automatic Debug Logging
Summary
Introduction
DI Container Choices
Overview of DI in Akka.NET
Refactoring Actors to Use DI
Implementing DI with AutoFac
Implementing DI with CastleWindsor
Implementing DI with Ninject
Lifecycle Scopes and Shared Mutable State
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