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The QuickStarts included with the Composite Application Guidance for WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) are brief, easy-to-understand illustrations of key software factory activities. QuickStarts are an ideal starting point if you want to gain an understanding of a key concept and you are comfortable learning new techniques by examining source code. The Composite Application Guidance includes the following QuickStarts:

  • Dynamic Modularity. This includes two QuickStarts that demonstrate how to build WPF applications composed of modules that are dynamically discovered and loaded at run time.
  • UI Composition. This demonstrates how to build a WPF user interface composed of different views that are dynamically loaded into regions and that interact with each other in a decoupled way.
  • Commanding. This demonstrates how to build a WPF user interface (UI) that uses commands provided by the Composite Application Library to handle UI actions in a decoupled way.
  • Event Aggregation. This demonstrates how to build a WPF application that uses the Event Aggregator service. This service enables you to establish loosely coupled communications between components in your application.

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