On 06, Dez 2010 | inRIA lecture | vonJohannes Hoppe
There are continued confusions about the requirements of your project. After my first lecture I defined the details. (see post from 12th October 2010). The specifications are still in effect and they remain unchanged:
[BOX_START]Specifications for you application
- Server Side: C# 4, ASP.NET MVC 2 and Entity Framework 4
- Client Side:
- Team size: max 3 people *
[BOX_START]As you see, Silverlight is NOT required!
It is only essential for your SketchFlow Prototype! (Every team has to provide a dedicated prototype!)
On 04, Dez 2010 | inWP7 | vonJohannes Hoppe
This book is a gift from the Windows Phone 7 team at Microsoft to the programming community.
The books shows you the basics of writing applications for Windows Phone 7 using the C# programming language with the Silverlight and XNA 2D frameworks.
This book is divided into three parts:
The first part discusses basic concepts of Windows Phone 7 programming using example programs that target both Silverlight and the XNA framework.
The second part of this book focuses entirely on Silverlight, and the third part on XNA 2D.
For my colleagues at work I evaluated the Simple Event Broker from the Patterns and Practices team. In my opinion this extension is a very valuable piece of software!
To learn more about the Event Broker, you should read:
I made a small sample solution, based on my “WebNoteMvc” project.
The scenario is easy: I want my repositories (or services) to be loosely coupled. In my database foreign references are used. So before I delete data from one repository other repositories should get a notice. The related repositories are now forced to delete their own related data from the DB to keep the data integrity.