New Silverlight Tutorials: Building business applications with ClientUI and DevForce
By the latest release, we’ve shipped a whopping 300+ rich controls for Silverlight and WPF development – and that’s not to mention the included advanced frameworks like MVVM, commands, event aggregators and more! Fortunately, we included a comprehensive documentation and dozens of new tutorial videos to help you getting on the board fast. If those are still not enough, make sure you check out the new ClientUI tutorials focusing on line-of-business application development – thanks to our friend, Bill Gower, for such the great contributions.
In the first series of his post, Bill overviews the application that he’s going to build using Intersoft ClientUI for the presentation layer and IdeaBlade DevForce for the data service layer. And Bill picks up the line just right, you’ll be surely excited to explore through the steps of creating a fully-functional sales/retail application – from the Customers, Inventory, Sales Invoices to Purchases and more.
Best of all, you can learn how to build the applications right using the best design and architectural patterns. You can check out the post here.
Furthermore, Bill has written a series of great articles to share his experiences while developing in Silverlight and WPF. Some of the noteworthy links are as follows.
- Slash 7,000 lines of code with MVVM design pattern
- Data retrieval made easy with QueryDescriptor from Intersoft ClientUI toolkit
- Cloning a Silverlight application to WPF in under an hour
- Which MVVM Framework should I use for my Silverlight application?