You first implement the NinjectControllerFactory class that enables Sitefinity CMS and the Classic MVC mode to instantiate controllers that may accept parameters in their constructors:
Next, you implement the Global.asax file that registers the NinjectConrtollerFactory that enables constructor injection in Controllers. This code example demonstrates how to register a new dependency resolver that enables the constructor dependency injection in ApiControllers. In addition, you register routes that enable working in Classic MVC mode and making Web API calls.
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