Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) Demo


The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a new feature of .NET 4 (and will work on 3.5 as well) that makes it significantly easier to extend applications and generally support application composition patterns. 

What does that really mean?  Well, take 6 mins and 5 seconds to watch this excellent demo Scott Guthrie did at his PDC2008 keynote.

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Comments (7)

  1. The Managed Extensibility Framework is very helpful. Take the 5 minutes.

  2. I am giving a session on the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) this Sunday at Seattle Code Camp .

  3. #.think.in says:

    #.think.in infoDose #7 (10th Nov – 15th Nov)

  4. Klaus says:

    I have got Silverlight version 2.0.31005.0 installed and still I get a "Get Microsoft Silverlight" button up instead of the video. Is this due to your website or a bad installation of Silverlight on my PC?

    But still… Great blog. I enjoy reading it very much.

    Cheers

    Klaus

  5. I am pretty excited to see MEF preview 3 ship on codeplex today!  Please check out Glenn’s post

  6. Wow, long time to blog :). Busy at work, hehehe. MEF is a new (to be released as part of .NET Framework