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Event driven Windows application architecture guidance

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Hi ,

I am trying to design an event manger class for my Windows application.
It is sort of smart client application but doe not depend on any
external factors to update itself. Better term would be, its has Rich
GUI with mulitple windows being shown to the user at the same time (
sort of MDI simulation). The refresh of the different windows on the
screen needs to be carried out using events and events handlers.

For this i need to basically design a good Event Managment framework
which all the windows in the application can use.

I would appreciate if anybody can give m esome good pointers on Event
Design patterns or Event driven architecture for Windows application.

BTW, i saw the event driven architecutre of the Composite UI
Application Block from Design & Patterns group of Microsoft but found
it to be very much dependent upon the other modules of the applicaiton
and too complicated for me to implement it separately.

Any help is very much appraciated.


May 17 '06 #1
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