Note! The StructureMap team will accept pull requests if there's something missing from this list that you'd like to add.
- Programmatic Configuration
- Conventional "Auto" Registration
- Modular configuration
- Constructor and Setter Injection
- Configurable constructor selection
- Customizable setter injection policies
- Auto wiring of dependencies
- Inline dependency configuration
- Service Location
- Strategies for registering and utilizing open generic types
- Lifecycle management and custom lifecycles
- ASP.Net centric lifecycles with StructureMap.Web
- Interception and Configurable Decorators
, Func , and Func<string, T> dependencies
- Auto resolution of enumerable types
- Auto resolution of concrete types
- "Profile's" for multi-tenancy or optional modes
- Auto resolution conventions
- "Auto Mocking*
- Simple Auto Factory support
- Nested and Child Containers
Things StructureMap does not have
The following things are features that are not uncommon in other IoC tools or were present in previous versions of StructureMap.
- Xml configuration was removed for the 3.0 release.
- Comprehensive attribute based configuration was also removed for the 3.0 release, but there is some very rudimentary support for attibute based configuration
- Complex Auto Factory support (this feature may be part of the StructureMap 4.0 release)
Note! The StructureMap team strongly feels that Xml configuration is both undesirable and unnecessary. Please feel free to use the Google user group to ask for advice on how to move away from Xml configuration in existing applications.