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  • Blog Post: What’s new in MEF 2 Preview 4? [Alok, Nick]

    The MEF team has been quietly at work for some time getting the finishing touches on another developer preview. You can download the new source and .NET 4.0-compatible binaries from the Codeplex site. This preview is another step towards the next supported release, which will be made as part of .NET...
  • Blog Post: Community Links di Aprile: ASPITALIA

    Introduzione ad ASP.NET MVC 3 A cura di Marco De Sanctis ,  pubblicato il 23 marzo 2011 L'articolo a cura di Marco De Sanctis fornisce una completa panoramica delle più importanti innovazioni contenute in ASP.NET MVC 3. Il nuovo View Engine Razor, le Layout View, i nuovi HTML Helper, nonchè i Global...
  • Blog Post: TechDays 2011 : Les Webcasts sont là !

    On les attendait avec impatience… les voici . Vous trouverez le cas échéant dans les liens ci-dessous, des ressources complémentaires (sources des démos) concernant les sessions auxquelles j’ai participé : Ce qu'il ne fallait pas rater depuis .Net 2 Best Practices de développement pour Sharepoint Online...
  • Blog Post: MEF lab [How to: Keep implementation details out of a MEF contract assembly by implementing an interface-based event handler]

    This blog has moved to a new location and comments have been disabled. All old posts, new posts, and comments can be found on The blog of dlaa.me . See you there!
  • Blog Post: MEF addict [Combining .NET 4's type embedding and MEF to enable a smooth upgrade story for applications and their extensions]

    This blog has moved to a new location and comments have been disabled. All old posts, new posts, and comments can be found on The blog of dlaa.me . See you there!
  • Blog Post: Prism Template Pack 1.4: Now with MEF Support!

    Quite a few folks have asked for MEF versions of the Prism templates. I’m happy to announce that the Prism Template Pack has now been updated to include MEF (as well as Unity) templates.You can download the latest version of the template pack (version 1.4) from here [Updated Link]. You can read...
  • Blog Post: TechDays, les Slides et Démos : Ce qu’il ne fallait pas manquer depuis .Net 2

    [Updated 18/03/2011 : Ajout de la vidéo] Je tenais beaucoup à cette session et j’avais des idées bien précises sur la manière d’aborder les différents sujets, je tiens donc à remercier Florent Santin pour sa patience et sa confiance lors des préparations…j’espère qu’elle vous a plu autant que nous avons...
  • Blog Post: Prism 4 in Silverlight with MEF CompositionInitializer

    I’ve had a couple people ping me about how to use the MEF CompositionInitializer with Prism 4 in Silverlight as well as how to use multiple, remotely downloaded Prism modules with MEF.  I’ve put together a sample that shows both these things, you can find the sample below. CompositionInitializer...
  • Blog Post: Prism 4.0 pour Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4.0, WPF, Silverlight 4 et Windows Phone 7

    Le framework Prism 4.0 (Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight) vient d'être publié sur MSDN. Prism complète WPF et Silverlight en se concentrant sur les domaines suivants : ·          Modularité grâce à des concepts tels que l’injection de dépendance...
  • Blog Post: MEF Gems 2 of many: Collections

    So in the previous gem I went over the differences between import and import many. Now let’s consider the different ways to import many dependencies. Check this piece of code: [InheritedExport] abstract class Foo { } class Foo1 : Foo { } class Foo2 : Foo { } class Foo3 : Foo { } So here...
  • Blog Post: Extension Analyzer V3

    Extension Analyzer is an Extension to Visual Studio 2010 that allows browsing several extensibility entities inside of Visual Studio. It also allows diagnosing several common errors loading extensions by reporting information from logging services inside Visual Studio. The Extensibility team in Visual...
  • Blog Post: Template/ View Selection with MEF in Silverlight

    One of my favourite features in WPF is the ability to have it automagically wire up a databound object (often a ViewModel ) to a particular DataTemplate . A lot of people really miss this feature when using Silverlight as it's still missing from the latest version ( Silverlight 4 at the time of writing...
  • Blog Post: Container hierarchies in MEF: shaping it for the future (maybe)

    Recapping: MEF supports two creation policies: shared (think singleton) or non-shared (think transient, prototype or a fancy new operator). MEF also recognizes types that implement IDisposable and correctly “implement the protocol” for calling Dispose on them in the right time. This...
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