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Spring & Hibernate?

Hi there

I come from the "Java world" where I used "Spring" and "Hibernate" in
web-application development. Is there anyone who has experience using these
frameworks in a .NET / c# setting? Are they mature in the .NET world yet?

Thanks,
Peter
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Peter Kirk wrote:
Hi there

I come from the "Java world" where I used "Spring" and "Hibernate" in
web-application development. Is there anyone who has experience using
these frameworks in a .NET / c# setting? Are they mature in the .NET
world yet?


Well, there are Spring.NET (http://www.springframework.net) and
NHibernate (http://wiki.nhibernate.org/display/NH/Home). I've wasted my
youth using Entity Beans and straight JDBC, so I cannot comment on
NHibernate.

Spring.NET has just reached v1.0 RC1 and consists mostly of the core
IoC container, with more nice stuff like Spring.Web or Spring.Services
to follow. I think expecting production readiness similar to Spring
1.2.x is a bit premature, but it will get there.

Cheers,
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Nov 17 '05 #2
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I come from the "Java world" where I used "Spring" and "Hibernate" in
web-application development. Is there anyone who has experience using
these frameworks in a .NET / c# setting? Are they mature in the .NET
world yet?


Well, there are Spring.NET (http://www.springframework.net) and
NHibernate (http://wiki.nhibernate.org/display/NH/Home). I've wasted my
youth using Entity Beans and straight JDBC, so I cannot comment on
NHibernate.

Spring.NET has just reached v1.0 RC1 and consists mostly of the core
IoC container, with more nice stuff like Spring.Web or Spring.Services
to follow. I think expecting production readiness similar to Spring
1.2.x is a bit premature, but it will get there.


Hi, thanks. I have seen the respective .NET versions of Spring and
Hibernate, but I am not sure they are ready for "production use" - as the
java versions most certainly are. That was really what my question was
aiming at: is there anyone who has actually used these tools in a .NET/C#
setting yet? I guess they are still too immature as of now for basing a
project around them - although I am tempted to jump in and hope that the
good folks that develop these things keep doing their good work. (If it was
entirely up to me I'd do it without hesitation. The problem I face is
bosses, colleagues, and customers who expect working, maintainable, and
upgradeable results...NOW!).

Peter
Nov 17 '05 #3

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