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Composite UI Application Block

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  1. an addition to Microsoft's .NET Framework for creating complex user interfaces made of loosely coupled components

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  2. A derivative version of CAB exists in both the Web Client and Mobile Client Software Factories as well

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  3. Developed by Microsoft's patterns & practices team, CAB is used exclusively for developing Windows Forms

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  4. encourages the developer to use either the Model-View-Controller or Model-View-Presenter architectural pattern, to encourage reuse of the individual User Controls (referred to in CAB as "SmartParts") by not coupling them with their underlying data el

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  5. part of the foundation of the Smart Client Software Factory, another patterns & practices deliverable

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