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Malisa Ncube - .NET Delights .NET Development ideas and things Reflection There are 3 entries for the tag Reflection
Developing extensible applications (Plugin Frameworks and MEF)
In last few months i have been looking into a number of technologies, methodologies and tricks on how i can design and expedite the development of the EMR software. Some of the critical success factors of this EMR were extensibility because the institution has a huge research component and many research studies have various requirements and new ones come through anytime. Therefore, the EMR architecture is supposed to allow the developer to simply create a plug-in using a VS template and simply add ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 21, 2009 9:56 PM

Further attributes - method based validation and data conversion for business objects
1. Introduction This is a follow-up to the "An attribute based approach to business object validation" article in which i introduced the use attributes and reflection to validate business objects. I also promised to write another article on data converters and method based validators, and here it is. 2. Background In this article i will use an example to show how you can validate your business object using a method based attribute and how you can convert data assigned to properties when it is saved ......

Posted On Monday, January 5, 2009 5:05 AM

An attribute based approach to business object validation
1. Introduction This article shows how you can use attributes to validate your business objects. You may have had to write tones of code to validate your business objects without taking advantage of attributes. The value of attributes comes when you need to apply the same rules on a number of properties and the only thing you have to do is to decorate your property accordingly. For other articles on attribute based validation please check the Visual Studio Magazine and Ennis Ray Lynch, Jr. 2. Background ......

Posted On Monday, December 22, 2008 12:51 AM

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