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    • Version 4.5.700 release

      Version 4.5.700 is now available via NuGet and GitHub. This version primarily adds support for the Xamarin Unified API and new iOS project types, but also includes a number of bug fixes and minor enhancements. For full details: https://github.com/MarimerLLC/csla/releases/tag/4.5.700
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Feb 9 2015
    • Version 4.5.680-Beta prerelease

      Version 4.5.680-Beta is now available via NuGet. A list of changes is here: https://github.com/MarimerLLC/csla/issues?q=is%3Aissue+milestone%3A4.5.700+is%3Aclosed This release adds support for the new Xamarin universal runtime and project types. It also includes some other bug fixes and minor enhancements.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Wed, Jan 14 2015
    • Re: Maximum number of properties allowed in WinRT object? (Adding the 59th property breaks DP method)

      That's very strange. Still having this issue? If so can you post the stack trace, not just the top level exception?
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Dec 15 2014
    • Re: CSLA n Xamarin

      No video, you have to attend the next Visual Studio Live or Modern Apps Live conference :)
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Dec 15 2014
    • Re: some advice

      I wonder about the future of Caliburn going forward. The original creator has moved on to do other things. My understanding is that there are still some other people maintaining the code though. At the same time, MvvmLite has been updated to support Xamarin as well as WPF/WinRT, and there's another active project called MvvmCross that started on
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Fri, Oct 17 2014
    • Re: What is goal of CSLAJS?

      A js client works with a .NET backend now in the context of a service oriented system. The js client app is what's called an "edge app", which means it is a standalone smart client app running on the client. It makes calls to a service app. The service app can be written using CSLA .NET and has an interface created using something like
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Oct 13 2014
    • Re: some advice

      There's also this promising tool: http://cshtml5.com
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Oct 13 2014
    • Re: some advice

      I brought up Xamarin because if you want a cross-platform way to use .NET this is the answer. If you only care about Windows clients then switch from Silverlight to WPF and use ClickOnce for deployment.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Sun, Oct 12 2014
    • Re: some advice

      h5/js is a completely different platform from .NET. At this time all your CSLA code must remain on the server, and you need to write an entirely separate h5/js client application that calls services to interact with your server code and data. You might also consider using Xamarin ( www.xamarin.com ) to leverage your .NET code on mobile clients by creating
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Sun, Oct 12 2014
    • Re: What is goal of CSLAJS?

      Yes, the goal of this project is to explore the idea of creating a pure JavaScript equivalent to CSLA .NET. This will involve the use of something like node.js on the server, along with an implementation of a business rules engine, data binding support, and a data portal with object graph serialization on the client and server.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Sun, Oct 12 2014
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