Does anyone have any experience hosting the Windows Workflow designer surface? I've seen a couple of rather difficult to follow examples on MSDN, but not much else - certainly nothing that offers an explanation into the process of hosting WF that is clear or easy to read... Are there better resources out there for hosting WF (or a workflow-like design surface - I'm not necessarily tied to WF) that actually make sense?

Accepted Answer

There is a reference application from MSDN if you want to learn from code.

WF Sample Workflow Designer Visual Studio 2005 Solution

There was a blog maintained by the developer of the workflow designer. Will update the post as soon as I am able to dig it out.

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