Windows Workflow Foundation By Jayesh Chudasama

Great WPF Applications #1: British Library Turning the Pages
January 31, 2007, 1:28 pm
Filed under: Blogroll, Functional

Great WPF Applications #1: British Library Turning the Pages

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SharePoint Workflow Starter Kit for Software Developers – MOSS SDK and ECM Starter Kit & Developer Resource
January 29, 2007, 6:18 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

The SharePoint team originally primarily targetted information workers in providing a workflow development environment for their SharePoint Designer product when they released Windows SharePoint Services v3. For developers who prefer Visual Studio for creating workflows there is now the Workflow Starter Kit as was announced on Randall Isenhour’s blog.There are two packages available for the Workflow Starter Kit for SharePoint and VIsual Studio:

MOSS SDK and ECM Starter Kit

Windows SharePoint Services Developer Resources

Read More At Paul’s Blog

Web Client Software Factory is released
January 18, 2007, 6:21 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Technical

The Patterns and Practices group have just finished and shipped the Web Client Software Factory. If you haven’t looked into software factories before this is a great place to get started, and even if you don’t use it in your daily work just studying it will be a great experience.

This software factory make good use of several design pattern. Among the more interesting to be aware of are the View-Presenter and the Service Locator. If nothing else learning these will improve your software design skills Smile

And they have incorporated Windows Workflow Foundation as a possible engine for page navigation. Just take a look at the PageFlow or the PageFlowWithShoppingCart samples to see how it is done.

One negative note though, this Software Factory only generates C# Sad

Read the info at

Download the bits at
or just look at the pictures of the “ship it” party over here


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