Beyond Dependency Injection: Listing 4.

The SelectHandler method.

public IHandler SelectHandler(string key,
  Type service,
  IHandler[] handlers)
{
  if (networkAvailable)
  {
  return handlers.Where(
  h => h.ComponentModel.Implementation == typeof (RestDataFeed))
  .FirstOrDefault();
  }

  return handlers.Where(
  h => h.ComponentModel.Implementation == typeof(LocalDataFeed))
  .FirstOrDefault();
}

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