.NET 4.5: Oleg Lvovitch and Kevin Ransom - Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) 2.0
- Posted: Oct 05, 2011 at 12:53PM
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The Managed Extensibility Framework (or MEF for short) simplifies the creation of extensible applications. MEF offers discovery and composition capabilities that you can leverage to load application extensions. In the upcoming release of .NET 4.5, MEF will ship version 2.0. Recently, I got a chance to meet and chat with MEF developers Oleg Lvovitch and Kevin Ransom. What is MEF? What problems does MEF solve? What improvements have been made in v2.0? How are people using MEF in the real world? What changes in BCL 4.5 helped shape new features or improvements/refinement? These questions and more get answered by those who know best. Great meeting and chatting with you, Oleg and Kevin.
Great work going on in MEF world! Tune in. Enjoy.