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  • 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: 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: 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...
  • 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...
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