Last post Mar 23, 2012 01:53 AM by PhilHamichi@eurowisesoft.com
Mar 19, 2012 07:00 AM|PhilHamichi@eurowisesoft.com|LINK
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applications. Rather than spending time in routine and tedious tasks, the new version of Code Complete enables developers and designers alike to fully focus on what really matters: understand the issues faced by the user and delivering software that solves
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Mar 22, 2012 03:53 AM|Mesloub|LINK
I have used version 4.2 of Code Complete for CSLA projects and I found it very useful to get started. I have stopped using CSLA and I more into Entiy Framework. Can you create applications that uses Entity Framework as the domain layer with Code Complete
By the way, I am glad that you switched to T4 Templates.
Mar 23, 2012 01:53 AM|PhilHamichi@eurowisesoft.com|LINK
You are right, the previous version of Code Complete supported CSLA.NET exclusively. Code Complete 5.0 still supports CSLA but it also allows you to generate two tier applications based on an entity model that can also be your domain. The entity model can
be an Entity Framework (Model or Code First), NHibernate or pure ADO.NET. Code Complete 5.0 also allows you to plug in your own custom domain framework.