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  • Blog Post: Do you need web client development help?

    Then tell us what you need! Blaine has blogged a link to a survey that patterns & practices will use to help them understand what challenges that are affecting you the most... so that they can choose the right areas to focus effort in providing guidance. If you’ve got a couple of minutes spare...
  • Blog Post: Are you using the WCSF?

    Have you been using the Web Client Software Factory ? Or have you tried it and not adopted it? Or have you used some of the bundle content but not the whole factory? Michael Puleio has just started a thread on codeplex requesting feedback on who is using the factory , and talks about it briefly in...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 7: Remote Logic with WCF Services

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter · WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction · WCSF Application Architecture...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 6: Structuring Modules

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter · WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction · WCSF Application Architecture...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 5: Defining Modules

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter · WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction Modularity Primer One of the...
  • Blog Post: More MVC vs MVP

    Phil Haack , currently famous for working on the ASP.NET MVC Framework , has just blogged a great article comparing Model View Controller and Model View Presenter . I’d highly recommend giving it a read. There is also an old post of mine here comparing MVC and MVP within the context of the Web Client...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller · WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter Abstraction Contraption My previous (and future!) posts have focused on some specific sections...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction · WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller Model View Presenter The MVP pattern is effectively an evolution of Model View Controller, and is mainly geared at improving the structure and testability...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller

    This article is part of a series; · WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction So why do we have patterns? I think it is basically to reuse good designs, and to adopt a common terminology when discussing software. But so often the subtleties of patterns are difficult to get right, and this causes...
  • Blog Post: WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction

    [ Edit ] By popular demand (well, one request!) I've added links to all the articles in this series here; WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction (this post) WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter WCSF Application Architecture...
  • Blog Post: Web Client Software Factory February 2008 Ships!

    Great news from Glenn ... The WCSF February 2008 release (i.e. 2.0) has just shipped. Check out the landing page and the community site . This release has addressed many of the top feature requests, supports Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5, includes more guidance, quickstarts and how-to walkthroughs...
  • Blog Post: February 2008 GAX and GAT

    Just a quick note as I’ve had my body pretty much surgically attached to my laptop and various (geeky) books recently... normal service will be resumed soon hopefully J Anyway, some great news for Software Factories; the Guidance Automation Extensions (GAX) and Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT) [...
  • Blog Post: WCSF 2.0 Around the Corner

    If you haven’t found it already, Glenn Block has posted a great summary of what is included in the Web Client Software Factory 2.0 ... which is apparently just around the corner. And Paulo Morgado has been posting all sorts of demo code relating to using the WCSF bundles. Sit down and get comfortable...
  • Blog Post: The ASP.NET MVC framework, using the WCSF as a yardstick!

    Well, right up until this morning I was planning on blogging about the similarities and differences between the patterns used by the Web Client Software Factory (WCSF) and the up and coming ASP.NET MVC Framework ... and then I saw Glenn’s post linking to this great article on patterns used to structure...
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