WF 4 Custom Activity Development

Learn how to build custom activities using the WF4 activity programming model
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Learn how to build custom activities using the WF4 activity programming model
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Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) allows developers to create declarative application logic for quicker development. Custom activities are the key to reuse and simplified application development. In this course, you will learn how to build simple and advanced activities including custom control flow activities. Coverage includes building asynchronous activities as well as how to create template activities that allows consumers to define some of the activity logic. NOTE: this course contains the same introductory activity module found in the WF4 introduction course. If you have watched the module there already, you can skip to the second module.
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Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) allows developers to create declarative application logic for quicker development. Custom activities are the key to reuse and simplified application development. In this course, you will learn how to build simple and advanced activities including custom control flow activities. Coverage includes building asynchronous activities as well as how to create template activities that allows consumers to define some of the activity logic. NOTE: this course contains the same introductory activity module found in the WF4 introduction course. If you have watched the module there already, you can skip to the second module.
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Level
Advanced
Rating
(40)
Duration
2h 13m
Released
27 Aug 2010
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Matt is an independent consultant specializing in Microsoft .NET application design and development. As a writer Matt has contributed to several journals and magazines including MSDN Magazine where he currently authors the workflow content for the Foundations column. Matt regularly shares his love of technology by speaking at local, regional and international conferences such as Tech Ed. Microsoft has recognized Matt as an MVP for his community contributions around connected systems technology.

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