Monthly Archives: February 2011

Styling WECPOF applications and ViewModels

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Styling WECPOF applications and ViewModels This post is about how to get the cool things of WPF to merge with the cool things of ECO. We need to get the XAML styles … Continue reading

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Using WECPOF in runtime

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Using WECPOF in runtime You can use WECPOF in design time ECO projects and in Gaffr.net files. This article explains how to use it in runtime to deliver finished applications. It starts … Continue reading

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WECPOF, the icing on the Model Driven cake

I have been working hard for getting the WECPOF beta out so that you can start to give us your feedback. Given any valid model WECPOF will allow for you to define declarative ViewModels for showing the information: …and also … Continue reading

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WECPOF – getting to the bottom of the Line of Business Application

This article is now available here: https://wiki.mdriven.net/index.php/Getting_to_the_bottom_of_the_Line_of_Business_Application  

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Enumerations in Modlr

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Enumerations in Modlr One weakness that we recently rectified was the lack of enumeration definitions inside Modlr. Before you have to just assign an Enumerable type name to an attribute like so: … Continue reading

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MDL File importer

This is the third and last post on the Rational rose file importer. Having this Rational Rose model: I can now get this Modlr model: The code is in the demos folder: PluginRoseFileRead More importantly I tested this on a … Continue reading

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Declarative ViewModels and Taborder

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Declarative ViewModels and Taborder A very good friend of mine, Lars Olofsson, complained about the tab-order between controls in the ViewModels. The project he is working on uses the ViewModels A LOT. … Continue reading

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