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Scott Dorman Microsoft MVP, Software Architect, Developer, Author

One of the new technologies being announced at Tech·Ed is "Acropolis". If you have previously used the Microsoft Composite UI Application B lock (CAB) or the Smart Client Software Factory (SCSF), the announcement of the Acropolis should be very exciting news.

Acropolis is a replacement technology for both CAB and SCSF and takes the things that were good about both of these and the lessons learned and adds the following:

  • Full .NET support by being an integrated part of the .NET client framework and will be a fully supported product.
  • Full support for a WPF front end, including support for features such as transitions, themes, and view switching.
  • Full design time support in Visual Studio.
Posted on Tuesday, June 5, 2007 11:21 PM TechEd 2007 | Back to top


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Well, after taking the red-eye from Seattle last night I made it to TechEd in time to get some really
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