Composite UI Application Block – another webcast – new demos

My colleagues Ed Jezierski and Peter Provost joined Ron Jacobs again last week in a new edition of a webcast covering CAB. This webcast is good introduction to CAB, the customer scenarios we are addressing with this block and the most improtant building blocks. Subjects covered: scenarios, building apps with CAB, Shell, Workitems, Commands, Services and Events. They…

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More articles on CAB changes by the dev team – The official list

Here’s a compilation of all articles on CAB CTP2 and changes introduced since CTP1. I plan to keep this post updated as new articles become available. Brad Wilson: The Big Changes to WorkItem – WorkItem was basically re-written… here’s a stab at the most important changes to the surface API. Goodbye, Application Host! – It’s official. No…

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Good articles on CAB CTP2 changes that might affect you

Brad Wilson and Ed Jezierski have posted good articles drilling down on specific changes on CAB. This one is about WorkItemExtensions, a mechanism to extend WorkItems without changing the original code. Brad covers here three topics that you are very likely to use. I gave an introduction in my recent post, but these are much more…

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CAB October 2005 Community Technical Preview – release notes

It’s out there! check http://practices.gotdotnet.com/projects/cab for the new community technical preview of CAB. Now, how does CAB CTP2 change from the previous one? this is a frequent question and a fair one. The main goal of CTP2 is making the transition to the release version easier. Thus, our focus was on making the public APIs as stable…

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