Posted 2013-02-16 15:01:13
Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 2013-05-05 18:34:34
I like ECO and I think it's a great MDA tool:
Automatic code generation
The focus is the model and not the technology which is constantly evolving.
I think that ECO managed this challenge well as an excetubale UML tool.
However, the technology evolves e.g Microsoft does not support Silverlight in the future.
My question : which direction will take ECO especially for the web development ?
I found this part (web development) a little less successful than winform which is best automated .
Which technologies will be privileged (for the web)?
Here are some questions to start a debate about what will be ECO in the short and medium term.
Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Posted 2013-02-19 16:10:51
Last Active: Yesterday @ 00:47:56
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Our IIS application called BoringPredictable work as a persistence mapper for eco.
It also gives you a lot of boring and predictable services like grabbing chunks of data as json, or sending json data back in for update.
So it is a modeldriven app server for anything.
Using eco with WPF or Silverlight or ASP.NET/MVC offers a lot more precision and type support than coding free hand towards boringpredictable alone.
We are currently building a system based on boringpredictable and ECO+WPF+ClickOnce+WECPOF+WCF for a client.
Development is going so great that everyone get tears in their eyes.
I am looking forward to tell you more about this very soon.