We are currently planning an application to be written in VB.Net 2005 and using a SQL Server 2005 database to hold its data.
We are planning to write add-on modules for the application which can be installed later on to add more features to the main app.
I was wondering if someone could give me some advice about creating add-on modules for applications. Ideally I would like the user to be able to install / uninstall whichever modules suits them from an interface within the main app.
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