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Early Frost of Our Discontent Dave Yasko CAB
So, is CAB going away, or what?
Well, yesterday I learned of something new. Acropolis. It's Microsoft's newest "toolkit for creating modular, business-focused Windows client applications" and it "enables you to build reusable, connectable components and assemble them into working applications that are easy to change." At first glance, it's a replacement for CAB and some of SCSF, using WPF. The downloadable help file mentions WinForms, but also mentions that the current CTP only supports WPF. By the looks of it, it will never support ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 5, 2007 10:20 AM

Hey, TAXI!!!
Well, CAB really. Not taxi. We gave up on trying to debug the 3rd party control in C++. It's something deep down in the control, and we ran out of time. It'll keep though, that project is coming back around in a couple of months, and that bug will be reprioritized. Now I'm doing a POC (proof of concept) on the ability of CAB (composite UI application block) to meet our particular needs. So far, it's been a lot of fun, very cool. I had heard from many developers that it is too complicated. I find ......

Posted On Monday, April 30, 2007 9:54 AM

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