Saturday, March 14, 2009
I like .NET, WPF, and C# a lot. But I really should be obsessing over them like a creepy ex-boyfriend—making wall-sized collages of all my favorite code-snippets pulled from .NET Reflector, having awkward conversations about them with my wife, calling them at 2AM. How can .NET be my new 6502 assembly?
Enter Composite Application Library (aka Prism). At the recommendation of one of frog's most respected .NET gurus, Brian Romanko, I've begun looking into this framework for a project idea I've been toying with for a few months. So far, it looks like it supports the type of modularity my project could benefit from. If you have personal experience with Prism and have strong opinions about it, I'd love to hear them. I'll keep you posted!