Prism 2 – Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight


 

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This version of the Composite Application Guidance is designed to help you build applications in WPF and Silverlight that have a single code base. The guidance uses a number of design patterns. Familiarity with these technologies and patterns is useful for evaluating and adopting the Composite Application Library.

Downloads Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight

Getting Started

Evaluating the Composition Application Guidance

Overview

Stock Trader Reference Implementation

QuickStarts

WPF Hands-On Lab: Getting Started with the Composite Application Library

Silverlight Hands-On Lab: Getting Started with the Composite Application Library

Upgrading from the Composite Application Guidance for WPF-June 2008

Community Feedback and Support

CodePlex

 

Included in the Composite Application Guidance

Stock Trader Reference Implementation (Stock Trader RI)

This is a sample composite application that is based on a real-world scenario. This intentionally incomplete application illustrates the Composite Application baseline architecture. This is a good reference to see how many of the challenges are addressed by this guidance when building composite applications.

Composite Application Library source code

Developers can use the Composite Application Library to develop WPF or Silverlight applications that are composed of independent and collaborating modules. The library includes extensions to support the integration of the Unity Application Block.

QuickStarts

These include the source code for several small, focused applications that illustrate user interface (UI) composition, modularity, commanding, event aggregation, and multi-targeting applications between WPF and Silverlight. The Getting Started Hands-On Labsprovide step-by-step instructions to create your first application using the Composite Application Library in WPF or Silverlight.

Documentation

This includes the architectural overview, Stock Trader RI overview, design and technical concepts for composite applications, applied patterns, How-to topics, QuickStart overviews, and deployment topics. Much of this guidance is applicable even if you are not using the Composite Application Library, but you want to know best practices for creating composite applications.

 

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One thought on “Prism 2 – Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight

  1. Is the Silverlight Stock Trader RI compatible with the .NET StockTrader 2.0 application, or are they totally different?

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