Monday, September 04, 2006

books for “no framework approach”

books for “no framework approach”:

Data Binding with Windows Forms 2.0: Programming Smart Client Data Applications with .NET

Further, if you really try to understand dataset, please check out CSLA .
In the past, I used the data binding book to understand more CSLA; now, I am proposing that you read CSLA to understand the data binding book.

You need to think about CSLA custom objects (without the portal part), then, you can really understand and appreciate dataset, and how to use it with simple ("no framework approach") custom objects without custom collections (again, "no framework approach").

“No framework approach” does not mean “no thinking approach”, or “mess-creating approach”. Just like TDD, a good “no framework approach” requires strong discipline and deep understanding. For developers, it is actually much more challenging and interesting than the usual framework-oriented approach -- the world is yours; you are fully responsible; I know, it also reads “not invented here” – again, trade-off’s ;-)

-------------related but another topic

I know office programming was not serious programming; especially not enterprise computing. However, VSTO is changing this:

Visual Studio Tools for Office: Using C# with Excel, Word, Outlook, and InfoPath


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