Creating an Object Model for a Windows Application - Part 1
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Published: 11 Sep 2007
When creating custom application, it is beneficial to have an API that can be exposed to outside developers so they can tap into your application and develop their own customizations. This can be a daunting task, and this article will shed some light on the subject, with a preliminary look at what it takes to create such an API.
by Brian Mains
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When creating a custom application, there are many design features to consider.  Will this application expose its API to the user?  Can developers create custom API's and what all should be made available?  How can someone tap in to the API to create their own custom module?  This article is meant to shed some light on the process, taking a look at what it takes to create the custom interface.

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Date: 2008-01-25 4:41:03 AM
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