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| ||Christian, |
I have finished the asp.net demo app. It also includes my new super cool ObjectContextCollector a combo context factory that allows developers to dynamically load storages at runtime!! It also holds a collection of contexts for those that need to use more than one context within a given application or module. All of the contexts (loading, storage type etc) types etc are controlled by a config file. This code makes it easy to port any app to a different platform (benefit of OPF3) without having to recompile code. You can even put multiple applications’ context collections in a single configuration file.
This app shows how to bind to objectdatasource and datacontrols, CRUD operations etc.
Let me know if you want the code.
I am looking for a place to put the demo for download so if anyone that reads this post interested post here! I am also going to do a windows version. Both of these applications will be described in detail on my blog in a series of blogs (http://johnpadilla.blogspot.com).
| ||I fixed the URL for you (it is clickable now)! Thanks for your contribution! :) |
| ||Hey here is the link that comes up when I tested the johnpadilla.blogspot.com on the intial post: http://johnpadilla.blogspot.com)./ the code that generated the hyperlink included the ). as part of the link Next time I will put spaces before and after the (). |