Adding a Custom Dependency Injection Container in ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET Core is pretty flexible, customizable, and extendable. You are able to change almost everything. Even the built-in dependency injection container can be replaced. This blog post will show you how to replace the existing DI container with another one. I’m going to use Autofac as a replacement.
Why Should I Do This?
There are not many reasons to replace the built-in dependency injection container because it works pretty well in most cases.

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