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CAB – Part 5 Simple Module

In the previous articles on CAB , we have gone over some of the basics of getting our shell application ready to load up some modules. In this article, we will actually create a simplistic Module to display a “SmartPart” in our primary workspace. The
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CAB - Part 4 Adding a WorkSpace

In the previous articles on CAB we have gone over creating the basics with a CAB, right now our application really has no "Composite" to it, just "Application Block".  In this article we will go over creating our first WorkSpace
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CAB - Part 3 Splash Screen

In the previous articles for CAB we have gone over creating our base form, as well as implementing a new way to load our modules (once we create some), in this article we are going to go over another simple implementation (that is specifically not covered
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CAB - Part 2 Loading Modules from a directory

In the first part of the CAB articles , I explained a bit about getting the CAB working in a generic shell, and simply initiating the framework, in this article I will explain a little known ability with the CAB to dynamically load all modules in a directory,
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CAB - Part 1 Getting Started

Well, here goes nothing.  This will be the first part of a series of blog entries explaining how to get a Composite UI Application Block up and running from scratch. Where do we start? First thing we will want to do is to Download the Composite UI
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CAB - Coming Soon!

Well, it is about that time that I start my blog series on the Composite UI Application Block from Microsoft. What is it?  Well, I will give you the short form and ask you to go look at the wiki: CABpedia.com . In short, let me plagarize from the
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