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doubting my decission to use the CAB

I have been really struggling on my application's design and what
architecture to utilize. It's kind of a unique application that hosts
several "sub application" for example: Inventory Manager, User Manager, etc

Due to this functional separation, when I stumbled across the Composite UI
Application Block (CAB), I thought I had found the ideal solution. As I
spend more and more time with it, I'm realizing just how much work is
involved to use it. I'm also wondering if I'm trying to drive a tiny nail
with a sledgehammer!

I would like to ask you all here if there are other frameworks/architectures
out there that might be a little simpler and still facilitate (or force
would be even better) decent decoupling, clean design and lend itself well
to a situation like mine where you have an application comprised of logical
"sub systems"?

Any links or example sites with code would be very much appreciated.

Thanks for reading,
Steve
Feb 13 '06 #1
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