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Book for extensible applications

Hi all,

I need to implement a extensible application.
This application is using different devices (containing sensors,
valves, ...) and different modes (measurement1, measurement2, ...).
Target is that the main application 'never' changes and devices and
modes can be added via plugins. Main application executes a mode and
every mode must have access to all devices.

I've read some articles on the Internet about using seperate
assemblies, loading and using derived classes via reflection, but I
like all this information in a book that has extensibility (like
described above) as its main topic.
Can someone recommend me a book?

Thanks in advance,
Gerwin.

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Well if you want a book on a plugin application try Inside SharpDevelop from
Wrox.

Also check out this link

http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/RazorPt1.asp

"Gerwin" wrote:
Hi all,

I need to implement a extensible application.
This application is using different devices (containing sensors,
valves, ...) and different modes (measurement1, measurement2, ...).
Target is that the main application 'never' changes and devices and
modes can be added via plugins. Main application executes a mode and
every mode must have access to all devices.

I've read some articles on the Internet about using seperate
assemblies, loading and using derived classes via reflection, but I
like all this information in a book that has extensibility (like
described above) as its main topic.
Can someone recommend me a book?

Thanks in advance,
Gerwin.

Jul 21 '05 #2
Well if you want a book on a plugin application try Inside SharpDevelop from
Wrox.

Also check out this link

http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/RazorPt1.asp

"Gerwin" wrote:
Hi all,

I need to implement a extensible application.
This application is using different devices (containing sensors,
valves, ...) and different modes (measurement1, measurement2, ...).
Target is that the main application 'never' changes and devices and
modes can be added via plugins. Main application executes a mode and
every mode must have access to all devices.

I've read some articles on the Internet about using seperate
assemblies, loading and using derived classes via reflection, but I
like all this information in a book that has extensibility (like
described above) as its main topic.
Can someone recommend me a book?

Thanks in advance,
Gerwin.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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