An Aside on Inversion of Control, Dependency Inversion and Dependency Injection (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 4)

Introduction In part 3 of this series of articles I discussed dependency injection in general terms. To understand what the CAB is doing for you it’s important to have an understanding of dependency injection, and I will be talking more about it in part 5. This short article is something of an aside however, and … Continue reading An Aside on Inversion of Control, Dependency Inversion and Dependency Injection (Introduction to CAB/SCSF Part 4)

Some Thoughts on SOA and Application Design using the CAB/SCSF

Introduction Working with Microsoft’s composite application block framework (CAB) has made me think about application design in a SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) environment. This article is a few thoughts on how we might use the CAB to solve some of the problems associated with creating composite user interfaces in such a service oriented environment. Current … Continue reading Some Thoughts on SOA and Application Design using the CAB/SCSF