What is Inversion of Control in Software Engineering?
Inversion of Control in Software Engineering (IoC) is essentially a strategy for decoupling software components. Basically, the purpose of IoC is to remove unnecessary dependencies (couplings) which might reduce flexibility and elegance of a system’s design. The term Inversion of Control in Software Engineering might sometimes appear applied to different design contexts. It is a term that comes from the 70s, when bottom-up parsing was considered an inversion of top-down parsing. It has roughly continued to be applied in multiple contexts. Some people think Inversion of Control in Software Engineering is a design strategy. For others, it’s a design pattern. After some articles dealing with OpenGL, in this post we will briefly discuss this topic of Software Engineering.Read More