Last post Aug 22, 2010 09:24 AM by ProffKelly
Aug 22, 2010 08:02 AM|ProffKelly|LINK
I'm giving a demonstration of Dynamic Data to a bunch of geeks in two weeks time. I'm looking for a simpe, but comprehensive data model to build the application on. I basically just want to register the model and demonstrate the application, as built (scaffolded)
without any customisation, to start with, demonstrating list and detail/edit/insert views, and how table relations are handled.
I'd like to avoid one of the standards, i.e. the Customer->Order-OrderItem models, and try something that would be of interest to geeks. Maybe a Srum project tracker, an or a bug tracker, something like that.
Any suggestions please?
This was originally asked by myself on StackOverflow at:
ASP .NET Dynamic Data
Aug 22, 2010 08:14 AM|XIII|LINK
take a look at the answer I provided here:
To repeat it:
Just take some of your own projects at work, well the database, that you think will be of interest to your audience and use that.
Another application of which I know that it uses Dynamic Data is this one:http://tailspintravel.codeplex.com/.
It also integrates into an MVC application so you could show to them that both DD and MVC can work together in the same project.
Aug 22, 2010 09:24 AM|ProffKelly|LINK
I have read and used your reply there, thanks. I'm just trying to gather a broad spectrum of examples and that is why I have repeated the question.