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Managed Extensible Framework

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Managed Extensibility Framework 101 (b)
1. Introduction This posting is a continuation from the previous post on Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF). If you are a new to MEF you will need to visit the MEF blog at Codeplex or Glenn’s Blog here. You will need to download the framework so you can also find out how it leverages the power of extensibility into your applications. In the previous post I showed how you can quickly create a MEF application and use the attributes to import and export different parts, and use the container to compose ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 9, 2009 7:16 PM | Comments (6) |

Managed Extensibility Framework 101 - (a)
This is the first posting on MEF, in which I will be explaining some things that I discovered while playing around with MEF. I should say that all the postings on my blog, including this subject do not represent my employer or any other organization, they are merely my mumblings based on my work that I do and whatever in find interesting and would like to share. Use it at your own risk, but it works on my machine. To start with I would like you to read about the architecture of the MEF framework ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2009 5:13 PM | Comments (5) |

Developing extensible applications (Plugin Frameworks and MEF)
In last few months i have been looking into a number of technologies, methodologies and tricks on how i can design and expedite the development of the EMR software. Some of the critical success factors of this EMR were extensibility because the institution has a huge research component and many research studies have various requirements and new ones come through anytime. Therefore, the EMR architecture is supposed to allow the developer to simply create a plug-in using a VS template and simply add ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 21, 2009 9:56 PM | Comments (1) |

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