UI

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A few weeks ago, I blogged about building an alternative to Dynamic Data. I have to say, it’s pretty sweet. I added a new entity type yesterday, including a couple of minor overrides and I was done. Here are the steps I had to take (testing left out for clarity): Create the entity: 1: public class ExcludedCounterparty : IAuditedWithId 2: { 3: public virtual int Id { get; set; } 4: public virtual Counterparty Counterparty {get; set;} 5: public virtual string CreatedByUser { get; set; } 6: public virtual ......
A couple of weeks ago I was searching for an alternative to Dynamic Data. My motivation was simple. Integrating Dynamic Data with Oracle and/or NHibernate would be challenging. I was amazed at how little I could find that would solve this problem. Surely Dynamic Data wasn’t the first or only. Eventually, I gave up and worked with a coworker to develop our own alternative. Fresh off a Fluent Nhibernate implementation, we decided to take the convention-over-configuration approach. The Fluent interface ......