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  • Porting NHProf from WPF to Silverlight - Day 3

    On Monday I spent a good four hours working on the port. I decided to flesh out the functionality of the Main Menu. As I mentioned before , none of the menu controls available support commanding. Fortunately, Caliburn has its own mechanism which is much richer than what you get out of the box anyways...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 03-31-2010
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, databinding, Animation, WPF/e, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, NHibernate, RIA, MVVM, UI Architecture, NHProf
  • Porting NHProf from WPF to Silverlight - Day 2

    Friday I only had a few hours to work on the port. I thought I might look into what it would take to add the main menu. It’s an important part of the shell that I completely skipped in my first pass. Unfortunately, there aren’t really any free or open source menu controls that I could find...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 03-29-2010
    Filed under: .NET 3.0, Xaml, databinding, WPF/e, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, NHibernate, RIA, MVVM, UI Architecture, NHProf
  • Porting NHProf from WPF to Silverlight – Day 1

    This is a true story. It’s a story about porting a non-trivial WPF application, NHProf , to Silverlight 4. The story begins today with my first actual work on the porting process. Microsoft has been preaching how easy it is to move between these platforms. Are they telling the truth? I’ll...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 03-25-2010
    Filed under: Xaml, databinding, Control Templates, WPF/e, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured, Silverlight, NHibernate, MVVM, UI Architecture, NHProf
  • Hey, NHibernate give me back my milliseconds

    Have you ever noticed that out of the box NHibernate’s DateTime type will truncate/ignore your milliseconds for DateTime fields? If you do not believe me check out this post . If you think about why it does this it will become clear, NHibernate runs against MANY databases and each one of them stores...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 02-22-2010
    Filed under: NHibernate, HowTo, FluentNhibernate
  • ASP.NET MVC in the Wild

    Just before I emigrated to Australia, I took on a small contract to build a website for a UK company who wanted to start up a new kind of UK recruitment site, one where employers could advertise directly, and more specifically one where recruitment agencies couldn’t. The result was Empty Lemon...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 02-09-2010
    Filed under: .NET, ASP.NET MVC, JQuery, Castle, NHibernate
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