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Customizing the Composite Application Library

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The Composite Application Guidance for WPF contains assets that represent recommended practices for WPF client development. Developers can use an unmodified version of the guidance to create WPF applications. However, because each application is unique, you should analyze whether the Composite Application Guidance is suitable for your particular needs. In some cases, you will want to customize the guidance to incorporate your enterprise's best practices and frequently repeated developer tasks.

The following topics describe how to customize the Composite Application Library to meet the needs of your development team:

The Composite Application Library can serve as the foundation for your WPF client applications. You can take advantage of the extensibility points incorporated in the library and extend the library by supplying new providers. You can also modify the source code for the existing library to incorporate new functionality. Finally, you can add new capabilities to the library.

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