CSLA.NET Comes to Silverlight

I have heard many customers ask about building business applications on Silverlight... the union of a great .NET programming model web-style deployment\update and rich user experience makes Silverlight an attractive option. 

Rockford Lhotka recently released an update of his very popular business application framework CLSA.NET for Silverlight 2! 

You can read the over view here:  Overview of CSLA .NET 3.6 for Windows and Silverlight 

While we are at it, the Patterns and Practices folks are also working on Prism for Silverlight... another great resource for you!



Comments (5)

  1. 【原文地址】 CSLA.NET Comes to Silverlight 【原文发表日期】 28 September 08 08:25   我已经听到许多客户询问关于使用Silverlight创建商业应用的问题了

  2. I was one of the lucky few that got to see the first public unveiling of this (Twin Cities Developers Guild meeting in August). They were still getting it working that day. It is looking very promising. I like the error reporting controls, gives a good standard way for validation.

  3. Boyan Mihaylov on SL/Amazon, David Hyde with SL Stock Portfolio, Chris Anderson with SL LOB app, Jesse

  4. anonymous says:

    CSLA is a horrible framework.  It would have been better implemented as a set of interfaces forcing specific implementation patterns.  Rather, it uses reflection and expects you to implement cryptically named methods to accomplish basic tasks.  At the end of the day you still need to persist, validate, etc as you would normally.  I was forced to use CSLA on a work project and can tell you that it is absolutely horrible.

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