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.NET Nomad What I've learned along the way February 2010 Entries
NHibernate Schema Tool (SchemaExport, SchemaUpdate)
One of the things I love about NHibernate is the vibrant community that works so hard to continually improve the library. I’ve been using NHibernate off and on for a number of years on projects that had short development cycles and it never failed to provide me with a solid framework for my Data Access Layer. One particularly interesting thing is that NHibernate can generate Create, Update, and Delete scripts that allow you to manage your database and keep it more or less in sync with your entity ......

Posted On Monday, February 22, 2010 12:19 PM

Client-Side Templating with JQuery and Tempest
Whenever I am working on a project that requires client-side coding, I immediately starting thinking in JQuery. There are other javascript frameworks out there, but so far I haven’t found one that allowed me to structure my client-side applications quite as cleanly as JQuery does. The only thing JQuery doesn’t support out-of-the-box is a decent templating system for emitting DOM elements. Typically you’d wind up building up large strings and passing them to a method like append, html, etc in order ......

Posted On Sunday, February 7, 2010 1:01 PM

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