Presentation: Introduction to Spring.NET
The origins of the Spring.NET Framework come from the Java world where the Spring Framework has become the de facto standard for enterprise application development. In 2004, Dr. Mark Pollack began work on the building of a .NET based counterpart he coined, Spring.NET as he felt the core concepts in the Spring Framework extended beyond the Java Platform and were just as applicable to .NET.
Spring.NET is an Open Source framework that facilitates loosely coupled architectures by delivering a lightweight container. Through Spring.NET, developers gain access to Aspect Oriented Programming, ADO.NET facilities, declarative transaction management, portable services abstractions and integration testing.
The presentation, An Introduction to Spring.NET, was filmed at QCon.
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Carlos Adolfo Ortiz Quiros
You name it.
I love it.
I wish this was the industry standard.
Microsoft are moving to LINQ as their ORM, and I think you are seeing or will see Spring.NET copies also coming from Microsoft. (Of course you will eventually see a Grails copy too ;-)
Thanks to Mark !!
There are many aspects that became clear to me.
I think another presentation is necessary which compares Spring.NET to other similiar frameworks. I think that kind of presentation will clarify the decision of choosing appealing AF.
bad online presentation
Does anything original come from the .Net folks?
Re: Does anything original come from the .Net folks?
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