SCREENCAST: Improving perceived WPF app startup performance with MEF and a Splash Screen

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I’ve been meaning to record this screencast for a LONG time.  Well, I have a presentation on MEF tomorrow.  I was originally planning on demonstrating this sample, but realized that I won’t have enough time.  However, I needed to be able to point the audience to an explanation of this sample as a follow on.  Nothing like a forcing function to get you to do something you’ve been planning on for ages;)!

In this screencast, I highlight some tips and tricks for improving perceived startup performance of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications using the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) and a Splash Screen.  The walkthrough focuses on using the .NET Framework 4.0.  However, MEF is available for WPF 3.5 SP1 as well at http://mef.codeplex.com

Direct link to Ch. 9 post:

https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/keydet/Improving-perceived-WPF-app-startup-performance-with-MEF-and-a-Splash-Screen/

Sample download:

http://tinyurl.com/WpfMefStartupTipsTricks

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