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Microsoft patterns & practices Composite UI Application Block (CAB) based Module Composite Mapper Service: An XML Configurable Builder for Workspaces, UIElements, Commands, and Event Publications/Subscriptions

, 30 Mar 2006
A Microsoft patterns & practices Composite UI Application Block (CAB) based module composite mapper service is provided including C# source code that builds Workspaces, UIElements, Commands and Event Publications/Subscriptions using an XML configuration file specified with a module.


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Tom Polanski
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United States United States
Tom Polanski, Avionics Software Engineer
Abaco Systems

Real-time multi-protocol avionics hardware/software systems engineering for test and measurement in the commercial and defense industries. Responsible for high bandwidth engineering data distribution and client analyzer product development with customer interface control document-driven (ICD) requirements for complete configurability across all architectural layers. Object oriented programming (OOP) for real-time multi-threaded visualization, frame/packet viewer, recorder/playback and simulation applications using C, C# .NET, TCP/IP sockets with full Ethernet/IP/UDP stack analysis and support, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), XML, XSD, XPath and SQL Server; includes system-wide Python command scope for real-time engineering data access, triggers, injection and transformation, and full featured end user API. Avionics data formats include ARINC 664/AFDX, ARINC 429, IRIG-200 Time Standard, and more.

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