standard beta disclaimer. This is written against the beta1 API’s. If this is 2014, the bits will look different. When the bits update, I will make sure to have a new post that updates these (or points to SDK samples that do)
In WF3, we allowed our customers to rehost the WF designer inside their own applications. This has many reasons, usually about monitoring a workflow or allowing an end user to customize a constrained workflow (visual construction of an approval process, for instance). This article became the gold standard for writing rehosted applications. As we were planning our work for the WF4 designer, this was certainly a scenario we considered, and one we wanted to make easier.
This post consists of a few parts
There are a few key components here
I’ll go into more detail about these pieces and parts in future posts as well, but this is the mental model of the things I will be talking about as we go through the designer.
Stay tuned, part 2 will come tomorrow!
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