August 2008 - Posts

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Played around with Microsoft Extensibility Framework - MEF by Fredrik N

I played around with the June CTP of the Microsoft Extensibility Framework (MEF). I wanted to try both Dependency Injection (DI) and adding classes during runtime to extend an application with more logic without shutting down the main app. As an example...
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Map Objects to one Object by Fredrik N

In my previous post I wrote about how we could use Dynamic Compilation for mapping object to object in a configuration file, mosly for fun to simply try something different. I spend a few minutes to see if I could do something more with it. It ended up...
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How to map a Domain model to a Presentation Model, can this be something? by Fredrik N

If you have read my previous post about Presentation Model, I decided to try to see if I could make the mapping between the Presentation Model and the Domain Model simple by creating an Object to Object Mapper. I don’t want to use a messy XML file...
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What do you think about using a presentation model for presenting your domain model? by Fredrik N

I’m writing a small app for a demonstration purpose. What I have is a domain model where I have a Customer, I also have CustomerRepository. public class Customer { public int ID { get; set; } public string CompanyName { get; set; } public string FirstName...
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Who's to blame, Microsoft and/or the .Net Community by Fredrik N

I’m interested in why most of Microsoft and some other developer’s demons about writing apps mostly begin with the creation of a database? The design of the app will more or less in that case be driven by the database schema, after the database...
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Who are the ASPInsiders? by Fredrik N

For several months ago I was selected and invited to the ASPInsiders. I can’t say how happy I was to join such a great team of people from the community, people that I have admire for years. Rob Chartier one of the members wrote a good post about Who...
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