CSLA and Spring.net, Castle Windsor, nHibernate compatibility
CSLA and Spring.net, Castle Windsor, nHibernate compatibilityOld forum URL: forums.lhotka.net/forums/t/8308.aspx
bill2010 posted on Thursday, January 07, 2010I am wondering if CSLA and other frameworks such as Spring.net, Castle Windsor, and nHibernte are compatible, or do they do pretty much the same thing in different ways?
Here is the mix I am researching as a possible development standard:
- Spring.net or Castle Windsor?
- nHibernate or Enterprise Library?
Does any of this make sense? Will these add value to large scale projects... or is it overkill?
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