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New in This Guidance Bundle

This release of the Web Client Development Guidance Package is an update to the guidance package included in the Web Client Software Factory – June 2007 release and contains the following main changes:
  • New Enable Ajax recipe. This recipe allows you to enable an existing Web site or Web Application project to use Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. It adds a reference to the ASP.NET AJAX assembly and updates the configuration file of your Web site to include the configuration information required to use ASP.NET AJAX.
  • New Add User Control (with presenter) recipe. This recipe helps you to add a new user control and the associated presenter class to an existing business module. It adds the class files that implement the view, an interface for the view, and the corresponding presenter.
  • New Add Master Page (with presenter) recipe. This recipe helps you to add a new master page and the associated presenter class to an existing business module. It adds the class files that implement the view, an interface for the view, and the corresponding presenter.
  • Renamed the Add View (with presenter) recipe. This recipe has been renamed; it is now the Add Page (with presenter) recipe.
  • Updated the Create Web Client Solution recipe. This wizard for this recipe includes a new option that lets you enable Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX support for the Web site generated by the recipe.
  • Removed the Page Flow Application Block recipes. The Page Flow Application Block recipes are not included in this version of the Web Client Development Guidance Package. To run the recipes, you have to use the guidance package included in the Web Client Software Factory – June 2007 release.
Note:
You can run the Web Client Development Guidance Package included in this bundle side-by-side with the Web Client Development Guidance Package included in the Web Client Software Factory – June 2007 release.
  • Updated the templates to use new features of the latest release of the Composite Web Application Block. For example, the Module Initializer class generated by the Add Business Module recipe now registers the Module Controller class and its interface as a type mapping.
  • Fixed bugs.
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Last edited Nov 12, 2007 at 2:57 PM by siacomuzzi, version 1

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