Essential Windows Workflow Foundation.
Essential Windows Workflow Foundation The workflow subsystem in Windows Vista. Part of the .NET Framework 3.0 programming interface (API), Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF) enables tasks to be automated. Workflows are described using .NET programming languages or the Extensible Application Markup Language (see XAML). .
Shukla, Dharma dharma (där`mə). In Hinduism, dharma is the doctrine of the religious and moral rights and duties of each individual; it generally refers to religious duty, but may also mean social order, right conduct, or simply virtue. and Bob Schmidt Bob Schmidt can refer to different people:
Microsoft.NET development series
Microsoft architects working on next-generation programming models introduce the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), a general-purpose framework for creating reactive reactive /re·ac·tive/ (re-ak´tiv) characterized by reaction; readily responsive to a stimulus.
1. Tending to be responsive or to react to a stimulus.
2. programs, i.e., ones that act in response to stimuli from external entities. In deconstructing WF, Shukla and Schmidt explain its core concepts: activities (domain-specific program statements), activity execution, and the activity automaton automaton: see robot; robotics (which describes the lifecycle of all activities). They also present some advanced authoring topics. Further details on selected topics are appended. A trial subscription to an online reference library is available.
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