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Posted 19 Nov 2004

Plug-in Manager

, 16 Jan 2005
Plug-in systems provide extensibility and flexibility while avoiding code bloat and feature creep. This article demonstrates how to create and use an advanced plug-in manager using a secondary AppDomain and reflection.


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Bob Aman
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Bob Aman is a recent graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology. He currently works as a Java developer for Element K and tries to sneak whatever time he can into his various side projects when he's not busy flying kites. He takes great interest in natural language processing, artificial intellegence, and the Semantic Web (especially FOAF).

He lives with his family and his dog, Blue, in Webster, NY. Don't mock the poodle!

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