Tag: CSLA

CSLA 3.6!

CSLA 3.6!

CSLA 3.6 introduces a host of new ways to do the things we used to do, one primary change is the use of LINQ and LINQ to SQL entities as your data layer. This change is pretty cool and the code reduction is even cooler! It is a bit of […]

CSLA.Net:Step-by-Step – Using the BindingNavigator

CSLA.Net:Step-by-Step – Using the BindingNavigator

I was recently asked how to use the BindingNavigator to scroll through a list of objects. It is actually a very simple process, and here’s how: I’m using the same Northwind BO Library as with the previous posts. We have a Customer object, and the table design looks something like […]

CSLA.Net: Step-by-Step – Web forms Episode II: The Update strikes back.

CSLA.Net: Step-by-Step – Web forms Episode II: The Update strikes back.

Welcome back! See I told you, you needn’t wait another 2 months for the next installment. Today, we’ll have a look at updating an existing customer and adding a new customer via our web interface. I would like to mention that, these tutorials barely touch the surface of the CSLA.Net […]

CSLA.Net: Step-by-Step – Web forms Episode I

CSLA.Net: Step-by-Step – Web forms Episode I

Welcome to the first CSLA.Net: Step-by-Step for 2008! It’s been some time since I last posted a new entry, but one of my new year’s resolutions is to post at more frequent intervals. Right, today we’re going to be looking at using CSLA.Net in a web forms application. The great […]

CSLA: Step-by-Step – Simple Data binding

CSLA: Step-by-Step – Simple Data binding

Hi everyone, we’re nearing the end of the Step-by-step guide. After this tutorial, we’ll try some more advanced data binding and after that I’ll have a quick look at how to use CSLA in your ASP.Net applications. I urge you to send me any ideas/suggestions of what you would like […]

CSLA : Step-by-Step, Complex Data Types & some gotchas

CSLA : Step-by-Step, Complex Data Types & some gotchas

Welcome to the third instalment of CSLA: Step-by-Step. In the previous 2 parts we looked at which tools to use to get started and creating business objects with parent-child relationships. In this part we’ll do some pretty cool stuff with CSLA as well as tackling one or two gotchas that […]

CSLA : Step-by-Step , Relationships

CSLA : Step-by-Step , Relationships

Due to popular demand…ok…just Phil … we’re back with the second installment of CSLA: Step-by-Step. In the previous tutorial, we took a look at how to setup the various tools and templates to easily generate your first CSLA business object. In this tutorial we’ll dive a little deeper into parent-child […]

CSLA : Step-by-Step , Getting Started

CSLA : Step-by-Step , Getting Started

I’ve been using CSLA for a couple of months already, and I am really enjoying it. One thing I did notice however is that there is’nt a lot of step-by-step tutorials on how to use CSLA. So with that in mind, here is my first installment of CSLA – Step-by-Step. […]