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At PDC09, Glenn Block delivered a great presentation on building extensible RIAs using the Managed Extensibility Framework (FT24 from the PDC09 sessions).  Glenn is one of the PMs and face-man for MEF.  He’s been traveling all around singing the praises of MEF for .NET developers and gathering feedback along the way.  You may remember Glenn from his work with the Prism framework as well.  I snagged Glenn at the end of PDC to grab a sound-byte:

Glenn has already started a series on MEF in Silverlight starting with the basics and then continuing along deeper.

These two initial posts are helpful to anyone who hasn’t started at all with MEF and understanding the value of implementing an extensible Silverlight application.  I know Glenn has more up his sleeves and I’ve been thinking on ideas with him as well (trying to learn MEF myself) so be sure to stay tuned for more excellent posts by Glenn on MEF and Silverlight!


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11/30/2009 12:44 PM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
Hi Tim, I have one question.
If i'm using composite application guidance in my app, should i change my project to MEF?
12/1/2009 7:26 AM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
Thanks Alan
12/2/2009 1:21 AM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
@leonardo, @alan
Hi, at this session, I've showed an approach of using Prism and MEF together.
Sure thing, it's just one approach, there are many, but it can be done,and you can get the best of the worlds together. email me for more info

Ariel

P.S the sample and the code I have shown are to be integrated to MefConrib codeplex project in the coming days.
12/3/2009 2:55 AM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
Hi guys

I posted on the MEF/Prism question today: blogs.msdn.com/.../...rism-to-be-or-not-to-be.aspx

Interested in your feedback

Thanks
Glenn
12/3/2009 7:12 AM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
Thanks Glenn,that post is my answer
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4/21/2011 11:48 PM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
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9/23/2011 11:31 AM | # re: Building extensible Silverlight applications with MEF
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