Part 2 – Getting Data into the Grid In Part 1, we setup the projects necessary for a standard business application using IdeaBlade DevForce for the Model, MVVM Light for the ModelView and a Telerik RadGridView in the View. In Part 3, we will follow through the binding process to see some of the challenges … Continue reading Implementing the RowViewModel – Part 2
Part 1 – Setting up the Projects In my earlier post here, I introduced the concept of a RowViewModel to make editable grids using the MVVM pattern. In this post, I will demonstrate how to implement the RowViewModel using a combination of IdeaBlade DevForce for the Model, MVVMLite for ViewModel support and Telerik’s Silverlight … Continue reading Implementing the RowViewModel – Part 1
There is a dirty little secret in the Grid market: making a Grid Editable, on a row-by-row basis (not in its entirety), is a nightmare. So, as we all know, MVVM is the cure-all for everything UI, so apply MVVM to the Grid form and away we go. Right? Doh! Wrong. You see, hosting the … Continue reading MVVM and the Editable Grid
Our Problem: We need to create an Enterprise application that is web-based, has an Excel-ish interface and pulls data from an Oracle database. Technologies Chosen*: Silverlight for the UI Prism 2 for the modular framework Unity for DI IdeaBlade DevForce for the Business Object Layer and Async functionality MS Entity Framework for the ORM DevArt … Continue reading IdeaBlade DevForce – Model Setup Walk-through – Step 2: The DevForce Projects
I know the world is about to change in April when VS2010 goes live, however, we are still using VS2008 and will be for at least a few more weeks. In the hopes that this walk-through provides some insight to someone, even if it is just me, here goes. Background We are creating a Silverlight … Continue reading IdeaBlade DevForce – Model Setup Walk-through – Background
So I'm trying to open a newly deployed Silverlight site/app in my browser. I have the latest version of Silverlight, the files are deployed, the security is configured. Still, one of my Silverlight apps is downloading to the browser properly, the other one, gives me the following error: Error: Unhandled Error in Silverlight Application Code: … Continue reading Mysteries of Silverlight Deployment – Error Code 2104 – Could not download the Silverlight application
One of the easiest decisions to make when embarking on a Silverlight development adventure, is to decide to use a Source Code Manager (SCM) to keep the myriad projects and files organized. I shall leave it up to you to decide which SCM to use. As far as setting up the SCM environment, there are … Continue reading Opening Salvo: Planning your SCM for a Silverlight project
Yes! In fact, it turns out that the subtle difference between the four different versions of Silverlight 3 have caused me several hours of frustration. To see which version you have, go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Silverlight. There have been several: Build 3.0.50106.00 Released January 19, 2010 Build 3.0.40818.0 Released September 1, 2009 Build 3.0.40723.0 Released … Continue reading Different versions of Silverlight 3?