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Application blocks for .NET

Yog
I have used it in test and other environments, didn't do any performance
tests for the applications. Anyone used the application blocks for .NET in a
production environment ? Is it recommended ? Which blocks are good to use ?

Thank you,
Yog
Aug 9 '05 #1
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The application blocks are generally very good. The Enterprise Library is
particularly good...

http://msdn.microsoft.com/practices/

The Composite UI block also looks very interesting.

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I have used it in test and other environments, didn't do any performance
tests for the applications. Anyone used the application blocks for .NET in a production environment ? Is it recommended ? Which blocks are good to use ?
Thank you,
Yog

Aug 9 '05 #2

Hi..

Yes, application blocks are really cool thing from Microsoft....

One guide is available on how to do testing on these blocks...you can check
it here....
http://msdn.microsoft.com/practices/...2/html/mtf.asp

HTH

With BEst Regards
Naveen K S
"Yog" wrote:
I have used it in test and other environments, didn't do any performance
tests for the applications. Anyone used the application blocks for .NET in a
production environment ? Is it recommended ? Which blocks are good to use ?

Thank you,
Yog

Aug 9 '05 #3
Yog
Thanks guys for the feedback. I will try with this testing and update.

"Naveen" wrote:

Hi..

Yes, application blocks are really cool thing from Microsoft....

One guide is available on how to do testing on these blocks...you can check
it here....
http://msdn.microsoft.com/practices/...2/html/mtf.asp

HTH

With BEst Regards
Naveen K S
"Yog" wrote:
I have used it in test and other environments, didn't do any performance
tests for the applications. Anyone used the application blocks for .NET in a
production environment ? Is it recommended ? Which blocks are good to use ?

Thank you,
Yog

Aug 9 '05 #4
On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 06:34:40 GMT, Tim Haughton wrote:
The application blocks are generally very good. The Enterprise Library is
particularly good...

http://msdn.microsoft.com/practices/

The Composite UI block also looks very interesting.


I'd like to chime in and say that I found the enterprise library completely
unusable when it came to data.
Aug 11 '05 #5

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