Monthly Archives: January 2012

MonoAndroid

I really love MonoAndroid! I got an email from Joseph Hill at Xamarin – asking if we had tested ECO in this environment – I replied that we had glanced at it but I would look at it in more … Continue reading

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Smart phones and Model driven development

Sales: ECO is a model driven framework that helps you construct complex and detailed software as fast as you can think – with high maintainability and only “think-bugs” no “code-bugs”. Client: Cool. Sales: ECO also helps you to persist your … Continue reading

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WindowsPhone

First spin of ECO on WindowsPhone. First read this Open up the sample that comes with ECO: Open up the sln and ignore/ok this: You will see this: The ReadMe explains the missing projects but since you are a developer … Continue reading

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WCF trouble-shoot

Your project looks something like this: Is your server running under IIS or DevServer? Check PersistenceServer project properties: Is your Client(s) pointing to this? Search your project for persistenceMapperClient this.persistenceMapperClient1.Uri = “http://localhost:52150/EcoProjectWindowsPhone71PMPWCF.svc”; You may find multiple entries – check them … Continue reading

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Different types of bugs

The typing-bug : You did not actually type the things you wanted to type The code-bug: Your code does not actually do the things you intended it to do, but it was typed correctly The think-bug: Everything came out just … Continue reading

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