.NET Framework 3.0
February 15, 2007 9:14am CST
Framework 3.0 is officially released. It's also bundled with Vista so if you have that, you have 3.0. Anybody have experience using it yet? Here's some new features: Windows Presentation Foundation presentation subsystem (formerly "Avalon") Windows Communication Foundation platform for web services (formerly "Indigo") Windows Workflow Foundation Windows Cardspace for identity management These components work together to give us developers a very rich windows platform for programming.
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