The neat thing about WPF/E is that it is not a standalone technology. It is based on standard, open, technologies such as XML (for XAML) and JavaScript (for programming).

This opens up some wonderful opportunities for integrating WPF/E with other applications, or building it neatly into existing infrastructures.

For one nice example, check out my friend Vittorio's blog, where he has put together a super cool WPF/E + Cardspace integration sample. Over the next few weeks I'll be publishing some more samples of WPF/E with ASP.NET, with AJAX etc.

Here's the link:

http://blogs.msdn.com/vbertocci/archive/2007/03/28/wpf-e-and-windows-cardspace-or-plugging-ria-in-the-identity-metasystem.aspx