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  • Blog Post: (WF4,VS) WorkflowDesigner Extensions in Visual Studio 2012

    (Intro: Sometimes as part of testing I go to silly lengths to try to point out what I think is going to be a bug in a piece of code I have seen. And frequently when I do this, I am basically wrong, for any of various reasons – it’s a bug according to some world view which is not quite aligned with reality...
  • Blog Post: MEF and TPL Dataflow NuGet Packages for .NET Framework 4.5

    Last week we released .NET Framework 4.5 . Today we are happy to announce the release of the RTM versions of the MEF and TPL Dataflow NuGet packages, as promised . Changes Our pre-release versions were already in an excellent shape so we didn’t have to change much. In fact, there are no surface...
  • Blog Post: Authoring a Utility Library for Visual Studio

    As I’ve developed VsVim over the years I’ve authored quite a few reusable Visual Studio components. For the last 6 months I’ve had many of these factored out to a separate utility library and this last week I decided to publish them as a separate NuGet package. Even if no one else every...
  • Blog Post: Introducing MEF Lightweight Composition and an Updated Composition Provider for ASP.NET MVC [Nick]

    With the second major release of MEF the team has significantly streamlined support for web applications. In November we previewed the new Composition Provider for ASP.NET MVC , and we’ve had great feedback supporting this direction. In this post we share some exciting new progress. — The...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in MEF 2 Preview 5? [Alok, Nick]

    Nearly two months since we published MEF 2 Preview 4, we have just posted our fifth preview on the MEF CodePlex site. The new preview has been shaped by your feedback; everyone who took the time to download, evaluate or comment on the last version, thank you! So, what has changed since Preview...
  • Blog Post: Sharing with CompositionScopeDefinition in MEF 2 [Alok]

    This post discusses features in the preview version of MEF, and some details may change between now and the full release. In the previous post , we introduced ExportFactory<T> and demonstrated how it can be used to control the lifetimes of MEF parts. In this article we will talk about a new...
  • Blog Post: A simple Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) application using ImportMany

    Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a component of .NET Framework 4.0 for creating lightweight, extensible applications. Using this, you can discover and use extensions at run-time with no configuration required. Imagine adding a new functionality to your application by just adding new DLLs to a...
  • Blog Post: PlayReady License Acquisition Fails After Upgrading to Silverlight 5 and Another Issue

    What is the issue? Your Silverlight 4 player application might encounter a 6028: No valid simple or leaf license is available to create the decryptor error when using Silverlight 5 runtime with persistent licenses. This error may occur regardless whether your PlayReady license server is on PlayReady...
  • Blog Post: ExportFactory<T> in MEF 2 [Alok]

    This post discusses features in the preview version of MEF , and some details may change between now and the full release. In the first version of MEF there are only two notions of lifetime: A shared global lifetime or a per instance lifetime. In MEF 2 Preview 4 new support has been added to enable...
  • Blog Post: ETロボコン向け計測システム紹介

    ETロボコン2011のチャンピオンシップも昨日無事終わり、競技に参加された皆さんが開発されたロボットの走行性能にただ驚くばかりでした。参加された皆さん、お疲れ様!! ETロボコン競技中に図のような絵が、スクリーンに表示されて、競技の状況表示や、走行時間の計測を行っているのを、会場に来た方でしたら見ていることと思います。 このシステムは、このブログの筆者である太田がシステム全般、表示部分は、クラスメソッドの杉浦さん、チーム紹介のアニメーションは東海大学の学生さん(昨年作成)、タイム計測用のスイッチボックスはシステムクリエイトの高橋さんが担当して、開発し、各大会で使っていただいているシステムです...
  • Blog Post: Using MEF 2 with ASP.NET MVC 3 [Nick]

    This post discusses features in the preview version of MEF , and some details may change between now and the full release. The latest MEF preview includes a new assembly, System.ComponentModel.Composition.Web.Mvc.CodePlex.dll , that simplifies the task of building flexible, testable and maitainable...
  • Blog Post: Overriding part registration conventions with the MEF attributes [Nick]

    This post discusses features in the preview version of MEF , and some details may change between now and the full release. One of the big advances made in the new MEF preview is a convention-driven programming model aimed at eliminating repetitive attribute usage. In this new model, the MEF attributes...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with convention-based part registration in MEF 2 [Nick]

    This post discusses features in the preview version of MEF , and some details may change between now and the full release. MEF ‘version 1’ uses attributes to describe how a type should be handled for composition purposes. [Export, PartCreationPolicy(CreationPolicy.NonShared)] public...
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