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  • Blog Post: Top-Down System Design by Delegating Behavior

    We’ve added a cool new feature called Delegation to the System Designer to really simplify top-down system design. Delegation makes it possible for you to define systems at higher levels of abstraction and progressively refine them until you end up with concrete applications. Although you could perform...
  • Blog Post: Importing & Exporting Custom Prototypes

    You may not be aware, but within Visual Studio Architecture Edition you can create customized versions of the applications, servers, endpoints, and zones that you find in the Distributed System Designers Toolbox. You can add these customized versions to the Toolbox as custom prototypes. For more...
  • Blog Post: Team Architect Power Tools

    We've just released the Team System Architecture Edition Power Tools. The new download is available here This release requires Orcas Beta 2 . Features in this release are : Class Libraries on the AD/SD View Class Library projects on the AD View references to Class Library projects...
  • Blog Post: Intellisense within Web Service Details

    One of the features that we shipped within Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects is the ability to receive Intellisense within the Web Service Details windows while designing your .NET Web Service messages. We thought this was a pretty cool feature since you are able to get Intellisense...
  • Blog Post: Team Architect Power Tools

    Over the course of VS2005 and now “Orcas”, we’ve received a good amount of feedback on the Distributed System Designers . A lot of the feedback revolved around: · Support visualization & synchronization of class libraries on the Application Designer (AD). · Generalizing the above point – support...
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