Category Archives: Strategies

Clarity that makes you happy

When you develop detailed information systems it is SUPER-PERFECT if the documentation is a 1 to 1 match to what is actually executed – as it is if you choose your tools wisely. ACTUAL SCREEN DUMP FROM Modlr Inside VS2010 … Continue reading

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ECO for Visual Studio explained

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Driven for Visual Studio explained Picking the image apart piece by piece Model This is the model you produce. It is expressed in Unified Modeling Language (UML) and defines Class diagrams with … Continue reading

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WECPOF, the 10 times faster way to build .net systems is replaced with WECPOF2

Last year when we assembled all the bits and pieces of work and consolidated it into WECPOF I was extremely satisfied. It is a good feeling to have a vision, work on it from many angles and in the end … Continue reading

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A sample that shows EVERYTHING there is to know about ECO PART 2– The Persistence server

There are many ways to set up persistence in an ECO based system: 1. You have many different persistencemappers to chose from – PersistenceMappers for different flavors of relational databases; SQLServer, MySql, Oracle, Bdp, Blackfish, Dbx, Firebird, Mimer, Nexus, SqlLite, … Continue reading

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A sample that shows EVERYTHING there is to know about ECO

With a header like that I guess I am bound to fail – but such a sample is missed. The target audience for a sample like that is: Myself and others at CapableObjects needing to check a thing or two … Continue reading

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What is up with all the names?

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Main concepts definition ECO – Enterprise Core Objects ECO is really a rule engine that given a UML model and a Persistence Mapper will help any .net runtime to handle the objects … Continue reading

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ViewModels with UI hints in WPF–use grid splitters

Using ViewModels with UI hints WPF is a furious fast way to get your UI in place. However there was no declarative way to introduce splitters between UI parts. There is now. The EAInfo parts of Modlr is built with … Continue reading

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Side effects

This article was moved to MDriven Wiki – Side effects From time to time you want to have side effects trigger when changing something in the objects. There are many valid reasons for this to happen – but it is … Continue reading

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