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Is User Interface Process App Block still current under .Net 2.0

I have done a little reading on Microsoft's User Interface Process
Application Block, and I am thinking about investing a couple of days
learning it. Is the AB still current under .Net 2.0, or is it now obsolete?
Is it worth the effort to learn? Thanks in advance for your help.

David Veeneman
Foresight Systems
Dec 30 '05 #1
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David,

The whole set of enterprise application blocks are being revisited for
..NET 2.0. There is a community tech preview of the current work, which does
not include the composite UI block.

I don't know if there are plans to bring that block forward, so you
might want to check the application block website.

Hope this helps.
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I have done a little reading on Microsoft's User Interface Process
Application Block, and I am thinking about investing a couple of days
learning it. Is the AB still current under .Net 2.0, or is it now obsolete?
Is it worth the effort to learn? Thanks in advance for your help.

David Veeneman
Foresight Systems

Dec 30 '05 #2

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