Developing a ASP .NET Control with client capabilities

Brian J. Cardiff ( from Clarius Consulting) is one of the developers on the Web Client team.  He has asked me to post an article for him, since he does not have a blog (yet). Here it is (with some re-formatting): Developing a ASP .NET Control with client capabilities (using ASP .NET Ajax Extensions support)…

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The future of WPF Guidance

There is a lot of new information, all announced today, about the future of Acropolis, CAB, and WPF guidance from patterns & practices.  This comes about after a lot of internal discussions between the patterns & practices Client / User Experience team and the Acropolis team. If you want to know what is going on,…

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Clarification on Changes in CWAB’s Dependency Injection

David Hayden recently posted (ObjectBuilder WorkItem – Just Implement Windsor Features), in which he misunderstood one of my comments about the changes in DI that were made in CWAB: On a similar note, Michael Puleio seems almost apologetic in his post about breaking changes in the Composite Web Application Block with regard to dependency injection…

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WCSF: Insights and Plans

There have been a lot of posts recently about WCSF, spurred on by our recent releases.  Here are a few highlights with my comments about each: Developer Hands-on Labs available for WCSF June 2007 Release – Blaine These have been on the back burner.  They had been "almost" done for quite a while, and are…

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More Web Client bundles shipped

Yesterday, we posted the Composite Web Client Library and the Composite Web Client Automation bundles. The Composite Web Client Library bundle is the source code and binaries (strong named and signed) for the Composite Web Application Block, and a few other useful libraries, including sample ASP.NET AJAX extender controls.  A few of the big changes…

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Breaking Changes in the Composite Web Application Block

With the initial January release of the Web Client Software Factory, and with the subsequent June update, we received a lot of feedback. Some of this feedback was good, some was not as good, and some of the feedback was feature requests. We actually took this feedback, and have made changes to both what we…

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