Several weeks ago, Matthew Winkler posted about a new sample of how to implement Page Navigation using Windows Workflow Foundation. Upon hearing this several users of WCSF were baffled wondering how this differs from the PageFlow functionality that ships as part of the factory.
It’s great to see all the initiative the community is taking in educating others on the factories. The newest addition is David Hayden. David’s been doing a series of small bite-size screencasts on WCSF specifically CWAB. What I like about the ones I’ve seen so far is that they are focused,
In the wake of the “great debate” over the complexity of CAB, Jeremy Miller has done a series of posts on how to build a Composite Application Framework. Jeremy does a good job of removing some of the mystery behind building composite applications. Even if you are a tried and true SCSF/CAB customer,
The wait is over, the June release of Web Client Software Factory has now shipped! As Blaine mentioned in his previous post, the changes included in this release are the following:
Guidance package updated to use the February 2007 CTP of GAT/GAX
The factory now uses Enterprise Library 3.1 – May 2007.
Sure you heard of Web 2.0, but have you heard of Cert 2.0? No? Well if not go check out Howard’s post. Aside from being an ultra cool dude, Howard is one of those guys who is always thinking outside the box. This time he’s come up with an idea that could radically change the face of cert,
Smalltalk is one of those gems of software development that until very recently (in the last 30 mins) I’ve never had the pleasure of experiencing. I’ve heard about it for years, everyone who’s anyone in the OOP world seems to swear by it’s simplicity,
Blaine has recently posted about fixes/updates to WCSF and SCSF.
WCSF 1.1 RC – contains several fixes to WCSF as well as built in support for Entlib 3.1. We’re getting close to shipping the final bits, but if you want to get your hands on it now you can.
For some time people have been asking us what our plans are for supporting WPF within SCSF / CAB. In our last release we shipped support for hosting WPF Smart parts and Workspaces within a windows SCSF / CAB application. The next question many of our customer’s had is “Why didn’t you ship a WPF version of SCSF?”.