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UPDATE: There will be a fourth part that discusses the add/remove facility through RIA Services. Look for it soon at a blog near you.
If you've been following this blog, you know that earlier this week I released the first part of the series oon how to architect your Silverlight 4 projects. In this second part, I want to show you how the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) can aid in that process.
Recently I blogged about Brad Abrams' PDC RIA Services Talk and complained about the data source functionality. While the drag-n-drop ability in RIA Services is interesting, I believe that it may be a bad approach for all but the smallest of projects (or one-off projects). In that comments of that article, I promised to show you how I would architect a Silverlight solution with RIA Services.