Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight - October 2009 Release
The Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight is designed to help you more easily build enterprise-level Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Silverlight client applications, including applications that may target both WPF and Silverlight simultaneously. This guidance will help you design and build flexible composite client applications – applications that use loosely coupled, independently evolvable pieces that work together within the overall application.
This release is the second release of composite application guidance; based on your feedback, this guidance will evolve in future releases. The final version
of the guidance is located on MSDN which includes downloads for both the code and documentation. Note:
This is a minor update to the February 2009 release. This release includes:
- Projects refreshed to target Silverlight 3.0
- Changes in DelegateCommand and CompositeCommand to no longer hold on to CanExecuteChange handlers.
- The TabRegionControlAdapter was updated to set the context for the Header item to retain the same behavior as Prism 2.0.
You can get more details about the changes on the MSDN page