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20 Apr 2007, 03:53
For those working in dotNET this may be of interest if you want to create and extensible application via plugins.
20 Apr 2007, 07:01
Where would I be without Codeproject!
Thanks for the Heads Up there, I'm sure I'm going to need this..... just haven't decided when yet! :D
20 Apr 2007, 10:20
Gotta agree there - it is one place I visit several times each day :)
21 Apr 2007, 11:54
Great find Jon! This is just what the doctor ordered for one of my projects.
Thanks Jon indeed, looks very interesting. I guess I could use this in my next project as well :).
22 Apr 2007, 04:59
Let me know how it works out guys - I am not using it myself at the moment but would like to add plugin capabilities to my tools
28 Apr 2007, 02:04
I'm going here instead:
It probably has a higher learning curve than a code project plugin, but that's for a reason - it delivers much more. I am not sure if it works in Express though.
28 Apr 2007, 04:45
You know Lars that may be a good solution also,
However I REALLY hate the way some of those articles are written in Middle Management Bo***cks!
This guidance provides a flexible and architecturally sound solution to a common enterprise development challenge.
Reminds me of why I quit working in an office!
28 Apr 2007, 05:18
Gotta agree with you there Alex. I used to run a computer consultancy until I could no longer stand the mumbo jumbo rubbish we spouted to impress the clients :)
I think it depends on level. For me the code project offering is probably right for the type of applilcation I write but I can see that more flexibility might be required in some circumstances. Horses for Courses and personal preference play a big part.
28 Apr 2007, 05:49
I am probably biased to accept this sentence, because I happen to know it is true despite the elaborate writing.
And no, I am not middle management. :p
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