Monthly Archives: February 2011

Source code license

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Source code license Some of our clients has expressed the need to have access to the source code of the ECO-framework. The need is really obvious but the the main reasons brought … Continue reading

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I hate ASP.NET

Yes it is true – I am not going to lie about it – I hate ASP.NET… But still it has its charms – the ability to just work on every client is actually worth something. But ASP.NET solutions are … Continue reading

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Reverse engineer a database

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Reverse engineer a database Reverse engineering is what we call the process that takes a given database and turns it into a model driven “thing”.   You just need to give a … Continue reading

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Silverlight 4 – Out of browser – Model driven

One reason for going for an Out of browser Silverlight application is that you get elevated permissions. You can open files from My images and the like… So getting an image into your WECPOF/AppComplete UI like this: … only requires … Continue reading

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Silverlight ViewModel UserControl

ViewModel UserControl is what we call the UserControl that given an ecospace type and a ViewModel name already in design time can derive a UI based on the UI-hints that the ViewModel definition might have, and in runtime, given an … Continue reading

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Silverlight and ViewModels and ECO and Model Driven Development

…and a few other things like xaml design time binding support. To get any of data that the model represent into a silverlight UI you must have a Silverlight project and a silverlight model and a silverlight ecospace – we … Continue reading

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What a Game! Now Reports…

Just watched the cup final – Congrats Spain – and I feel for the Dutch. But we Swedes did not even qualify so I will not mention soccer ever again. So how about a few words on Reports? Reports have … Continue reading

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Cursored or non Cursored

Cursored set up is what we call the standard dialog display of one to many relationships. Like in normal master detail displays when the master has a current value, a cursor, that controls what details to show. The non Cursored … Continue reading

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ViewModel validations

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – ViewModel validations Validations are there to enforce a set of rules that apply to a specific use case. A use case is implemented by a ViewModel, so the ViewModel needs Validations. This … Continue reading

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The multi variable seeker

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – The multi variable seeker To get anything done you need to find things. The normal software system has the same need. So how do we go about to declare a non limiting … Continue reading

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