delegate () { solve(everything); }

Call me Ishmael.

CAB: Introduction to CAB and SCSF

I am just starting up with using the Composite UI Application Block (CAB) and Smart Client Software Factory (SCSF) in our new internal support application. The CAB concept is a huge chunk of new stuff to get a grasp on before you can start using it right.

Luckily there are smart people like Rich Newman out there. Rich has made a series of small introduction articles to CAB and SCSF. There are 25 such articles so far, and they have a very nice progression. They are well written and come with code samples you can use to experiment on your own. I recommend these to everyone that are starting up with CAB and SCSF or considering doing so. These articles are as easy to follow as Microsoft’s own documentation is hard.

KUDOS, Rich!

Quick overview of the CAB components:

CABDiagram

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May 15, 2008 - Posted by | Architecture, CAB, Programming | ,

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