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MEF lab [How to: Keep implementation details out of a MEF contract assembly by implementing an interface-based event handler]
In the previous post, I showed how to combine .NET 4's "type embedding" capability with the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) to create an application that can be upgraded without breaking existing extensions . In that post, I described the notion of a MEF "contract assembly" thusly: The contract...
16 Mar 2011
MEF addict [Combining .NET 4's type embedding and MEF to enable a smooth upgrade story for applications and their extensions]
One of the neat new features in version 4 of the .NET Framework is something called "type equivalence" or "type embedding". The basic idea is to embed at compile time all the type information about a particular reference assembly into a dependent assembly. Once this is done, the resulting assembly no...
9 Mar 2011
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