Composite Application Guidance for WPF Released1 Comment
For the past months I have been working with the Patterns & Practices team in the development of the Composite Application Guidance for WPF. I took part of the documentation team, we worked hard to provide an excellent documentation and as a result we had really good feedback from users on the included documents.
Overview. What is the Composite Application Guidance for WPF?
The Composite Application Guidance for WPF is a set of Guidance designed to help you build enterprise-level applications composed of multiple independent and loosely-coupled pieces of software that work together to compose a single application.
The Guidance includes the following elements:
- The Composite Application Library and Unity binaries
- The StockTrader Reference Implementation
- 4 QuickStarts: UIComposition QS, EventAggregation QS, Modularity QS and Commanding QS
- Composite Application Guidance Hands-On Lab
- API Documentation
- Composite Application Guidance Documentation
The following diagram shows what is included in the Composite Application Guidance Documentation:
I strongly recommend you to check the documentation because its very exhaustive and easy to read. I think it is an excellent starting point to learn the basics if you are new to composite applications and patterns usage, as well as if you are a CAB (Composite Application Block) developer.
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