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Last post Feb 20, 2012 03:10 PM by pallone
Nov 07, 2011 11:24 PM|LINK
If that were the case I'd ask the following: Is dynamic data support vanishing? Will it be part of VS2011? Are there migrating tools from dynamic data to another environment? How much can be rescued from dynamic data into something new?
scaffolding has been of great use for me so please don't throw it away. most of my testing applications became serious deployed live applications with not really much effort. must add we didn't really had to customize much so there were not much fuzz in
now we're needing to customize but we don't really find proper ways to get were we want to. not really much documentation on intermediate to advanced cases
Nov 08, 2011 09:28 AM|LINK
As far as I can tell, dynamic data is being consumed into webforms and asp.net mvc...there's a lot of scaffolding in mvc already as well as attribute driven DisplayFor and EditorFor templates etc.
Nov 10, 2011 12:39 AM|LINK
As far as I see (only until now, not meaning the last released version)——You can see from the screenshot that VS2011 developer preview version——DD(Dynamic Data) is still supported but only a template of EntityFramework：
But now in VS2010, there are two kinds for LINQ and Entity：
Nov 10, 2011 07:31 AM|LINK
Also there is a lot more new stuff comming for DD in DEV11 such as Model binding which is similar to the same in MVC
Nov 11, 2011 06:20 PM|LINK
I think it is dead but no one else is going to admit it, ...yet!
Nov 11, 2011 07:15 PM|LINK
What about your book Steve, no deal yet?
Oleg Sych doesn't also seem to be published right away too. I'm waiting since August. It seems it'll be posponed untl January, maybe
Lyl is true in a thing: there4 is nothing written for Dynamic Data from intermedaite to advanced
So, not harsh in saying that Dynamic Data seems to be waving good bye, no?
Nov 12, 2011 12:44 PM|LINK
Hi Topolov, Dynamic Data IS NOT Dead it is now in MVC and Silverlight and it has become a fundamental part of Web Forms. Have a look at the new Model Binding that Scott Guthrie has posted about and Damien Edwards did a talk about at Build and you will see
that it is very much alive.
Nov 17, 2011 04:46 PM|LINK
There is a dead ling on the N41 Codeplex
I still think that Dynamic Data will be still supported but it is also true that it might be won't supported any longer
I could not find examples of the newer binding stuff you have mentioned in .Net 4.5
How can I reach them? I mean, the examples
Nov 17, 2011 04:52 PM|LINK
see Scott Guthries blog and Damien Edwards session at Build on Channel9, plus N41 was abandoned in 2008 by the developer and in no compatible with .Net 4 or Entity Framework it only worked with .Net 3.5 and Linq to SQL, but there is some good sample code
if you can download the source.
Feb 17, 2012 06:44 AM|LINK
I'm retaking all my past due on going questions. This is one of them
Are we clear that Dynamic Data really died? I mean, ... Naughton's says there's something going on but he haven't even published his book on this subject
I don't thinks is for the deal itself but that the deal is off time so there won't be any market for the book, isn't it?
Neither does Oleg Sych's one coming nearly far
This is from Amazon web site