Kevin W. Hammond

Developer Evangelist

June, 2005

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    Using Indigo to communicate with Windows Forms applications, Part II

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    In the first part of this series of posts, I showed you how to implement a Windows Form application that exposed itself as a service, implementing the IFooService interface. Here Part II, I’m going to explain one of the subtle aspects of the ServiceHost<>...
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    DMB, Stand Up and copy protection

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    Before you read any further, know this … I am firmly against copying and sharing intellectual property of any type. Working for a company whose bread and butter is intellectual property, and knowing that I’m going to put my kids through school...
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    Using Indigo to communicate with Windows Forms applications, Part I

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    Indigo provides a standards-based, interoperable mechanism for exchanging messages in a peer-to-peer manner. With that in mind, you may find yourself wanting to use Indigo as the communication mechanism with your Windows Form applications, as it means...
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    WinFX SDK vs. Indigo/Avalon Redist

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    You've probably seen the pre-release of Avalong and Indigo Beta 1 RC, and if you downloaded the content from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b789bc8d-4f25-4823-b6aa-c5edf432d0c1&displaylang=en&Hash=338QXSB , then you've...
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    I just benefited from Edit & Continue in C#

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    For those of who you don't yet know, Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 includes Edit & Continue in C#. Until today, I had not needed - and therefore had not used - this feature. But today, I was playing with Indigo and forgot to move a line of code that was...
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