I've read some past posts of you where you're wondering to deprecate ProjecTracker. Instead, you recommend the SimpleNTier solution.
I'm follower of ProjectTracker from the very beginning and I find it simple (yes, I'm not a genius) but useful. What are finally your plans?
Long live for ProjectTracker!
I also am an avid Csla fan and have utilized ProjectTracker since the early .NET versions. I always considered it the "gold standard" of Csla because it performed most of the necessary functionality that I needed and was the ultimate reference as it retrieved information from the database and the business objects contained examples of all necessary functionality.
In agreement - Long Live the ProjectTracker sample application!
I really do appreciate the support for ProjectTracker, and while I have removed all the other non-updated samples from the Samples folders, I've kept even the non-functioning ProjectTracker there because I do intend on updating it.
It has not proven to be a good example for the first four ebooks in the Using CSLA 4 ebook series. I do expect it to be useful in the last three books though, where I talk about specific implementations for Silverlight/WPF, ASP.NET MVC, and WP7.
That implies that I'll update the sample for those four UI technologies starting around the end of February or early March when I start on those last 3 ebooks.
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