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Phil Cockfield

Phil Cockfield philcockfie​ld

Niner since 2009

  • deCast - Dynamic Xml with C# 4.0

    Any chance you could post the sample implementation of this code please?

    Thanks - this look good.

  • MEF & Silverlight 4 Beta - Part 5, the PackageCatalog

    Thanks Mike.  I got your response over on your blog, here:

     

    http://mtaulty.com/CommunityServer/blogs/mike_taultys_blog/archive/2009/12/31/silverlight-4-screencasts-the-managed-extensibility-framework-mef.aspx?CommentPosted=true#commentmessage

  • MEF & Silverlight 4 Beta - Part 5, the PackageCatalog

    Hi Mike.  Thanks so much for these videos.  You're a gifted communicator.
    I had a question about the PackageCatlog video (part 5).
    The way you structured the application was to divide it up into the various class libraries AND create corresponding Package (SL Apps) which were really just there to tie various configurations of DLL's together.
    I was wondering if that was a hard-n-fast best practice?  Would it also be sensible that if your application logic did cleave fairly readily around the XAP files, that you just create a set of SL-Apps (XAPs) and put the module's logic straight into that project (rather than seperate ClassLibrary assemblies)?
    Many thanks.

    [I posted this question to your blog - but it didn't show up, so I'm not sure if it went into a moderator inbox, or the blog was broken.  So, apologies if it got posted multiple times.  Not *trying* to spam you].

     

    Hi Mike.  Thanks so much for these videos.  You're a gifted communicator.

     

    I had a question about this PackageCatlog video.

     

    The way you structured the application was to divide it up into the various class libraries AND create corresponding Package (SL Apps) which were really just there to tie various configurations of DLL's together.

     

    I was wondering if that was a hard-n-fast best practice?  Would it also be sensible that if your application logic did cleave fairly readily around the XAP files, that you just create a set of SL-Apps (XAPs) and put the module's logic straight into that project (rather than seperate ClassLibrary assemblies)?

     

    Many thanks!

  • Silverlight TV Episode 5: Using Metadata with MEF

    Very helpful distillation of the stages of declaring and consuming Export MetaData.  Thanks!

    As a quick-start reference, any chance your could post those 4 sample cs files?

     

    Gracias!