note: Svelto.ECS is now production ready, so you can start to use it after finishing reading the articles. At this point, I can imagine someone wondering if I still recommend to use an IoC container. IoC containers are handy and are quite powerful with Unity Engine, but they are dangerous.
Note: this article assumes you already read my previous articles on IoC containers and the Part I Inversion of Control is another concept that turns out to be very simple once it has been fully processed or rather saying “absorbed”. Absorbed as going over being understood and becoming part of
If it’s the first time you visit my blog, please don’t forget to read my main articles on the subject before to continue this post: http://www.sebaslab.com/ioc-container-for-unity3d-part-1/ http://www.sebaslab.com/ioc-container-for-unity3d-part-2/ It’s finally time to share the latest version of my Inversion of Control container, which I named Svelto IoC, which I will keep updated
Unity is a good game development tool and honestly I like most of its features. However the code framework is awkward to use on big projects where code maintainability is of fundamental importance. As you may have guessed, the following considerations in this article do not apply to simple projects