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Software development matters
Author: Oleg Zhukov Created: 10/8/2007 10:35 AM
Genaral thoughts about software development.

By Oleg Zhukov on 7/11/2008 2:50 AM

I'm proud to announce the release of the next version of MVC# Framework. New features include:

  • Support for Silverlight 2.0 (beta 2) platform.
  • Examples supplemented with Silverlight presentation.
  • Improved support for Windows Forms, fixed some bugs.

By Oleg Zhukov on 4/23/2008 5:17 AM

New version comes with some nice features including the .NET Generics support. For details see the project web site: www.MVCSharp.org.

By Oleg Zhukov on 4/16/2008 10:32 AM

Probably the main weakness of most Web applications is their uni-directional nature: a server can send data to the client only as a reply to his request. A server cannot initiate data sending to the client. And if something happens on a server, it has to wait for the client request, instead of notifying the client immediately.

Comet is a Web application architecture with bi-directional communication, when Client and Server are on equal rights, both being able to initiate data sending. Thus, if a Web application supports Comet architecture it becomes very close to conventional desktop (e.g. Windows) applications.

There are several approaches to implementing Comet, including Java applets and Flash applications running inside a client browser. Microsoft Silverlight-based Comet solutions are surely to appear soon and will be of great interest!

For more info see Read More »

By Oleg Zhukov on 2/9/2008 8:47 PM

I'm proud to announce the first beta release of a new Model-View-Presenter framework. It is named MVC# and is very simple, flexible and has extremely nice features. For more information visit its web site: www.MVCSharp.org.

By Oleg Zhukov on 10/8/2007 11:36 AM

Today I visited a seminar where different testing methods were classified. The speaker introduced several ways of classifying software testing approaches... Read More »

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