Monday, 26 February 2007

In my previous post I was discussing about how to mock test data for persistent objects mapped with Genome. Now I want to discuss how to provide this sample data in Blend so the designer building a front end with WPF actually sees how the UI would look like with data.

Genome | WPF
Monday, 26 February 2007 15:29:32 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [0]  | 
 Saturday, 24 February 2007

We’ve been working on a little research project recently with WPF and created a small (and hopefully handy) application where you can list your contacts synchronized from Microsoft CRM. We store the offline data in a SQL 2005 Compact Edition database and we access the data using Genome.

To make the experiment more exciting we involved a designer in the project, not only to design a cool UI using the features of WPF, but mainly to see how the collaboration between designer and developer works in reality.

Genome | WPF
Saturday, 24 February 2007 15:15:35 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [0]  | 
 Tuesday, 20 February 2007

Yesterday we were releasing Genome 3.1. After making quite a big step from Genome 2.6 to 3.0 last November, I thought the 3.1 release would allow us to take a breath, do some polishing on the code and finish some of the stuff that just didn’t make it into 3.0.

How wrong I was.

The length of the What’s New for Genome 3.1 will easily tell you that this is not a minor upgrade. Some major improvements have been put into this release, so it is definitely worth upgrading to as soon as possible to 3.1 for everyone working with Genome.

Tuesday, 20 February 2007 17:03:07 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [0]  |