Last post Apr 02, 2013 10:11 AM by IranianCuriousBoy
Mar 31, 2013 04:15 AM|IranianCuriousBoy|LINK
I read in one of tutorials that in a ordinary web form app it is possible to use advantages of DD with using DynamicControl and DynamicField in GridView. Is it possible to change field template? what limitation exists in using DD in ordinary web form?
Apr 01, 2013 11:51 AM|Nasser Malik|LINK
if you only need CRUD actions like a simple data entry application then its perfect, but if you know that you’ll need to extend or implement complex logic I would suggest that you use standard Asp.Net web forms or MVC as it will ultimately be quicker
and easier for you to develop and test.
I recently completed a small, yet robust Dynamic Data website in ASP.NET 4.0. Going through the whole process, I can't say I recommend a Dynamic Data solution.
The bottom line is that things that should be easy become difficult, very quickly and I would be very hesitant handing a Dynamic Data solution to an entry level developer. And honestly, I can't say I'd look foward to working on another Dynamic Data solution.</div>
Apr 02, 2013 10:11 AM|IranianCuriousBoy|LINK
I studied your reply and the linkds you provided. It seems you are an internet robot because your reply was just copy and paste of them. thank you anyway. there is some point that I must mention: