ProjectTracker futures

ProjectTracker futures

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bcn posted on Sunday, February 06, 2011

Hi Rocky.

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!


CyclingFoodmanPA replied on Monday, February 07, 2011

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!



RockfordLhotka replied on Monday, February 07, 2011

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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