Over the past couple of months at work, I have been, amongst other things, developing a library that allows you to use Infragistics WPF controls in a composite application. If you base your composite app on Microsoft’s Composite Application Library (CAL) and want to use a third party control, such as XamDockManager, you must register a “region adapter” so that it and CAL can play nicely together. The library I’ve been working on contains region adapters for Infragistics controls. It is called NetAdvantage for Composite Application Library (NCAL) and is now publicly available on CodePlex.
I wrote more about NCAL on my work blog, so if you want to learn more visit this page.