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.NET "Ready-to-Go" Frameworks

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I work for a software company that's looking to get into .NET. I've
dabbled with the technology for a bit, and had some positive resutls.

My boss is asking me that he wants to buy a framework that delivers a
lot of the common functionality that .NET developers need. Things
like generating DataSets to call against databases, generating code
for Windows and Web Forms, deploying the applications and so on.

He's nervous that we're going to need to write so much code to write
decent .NET applications that any project we will do will be very
expensive.

I'm having trouble finding frameworks like these. I can find code
generators like DeKlarit, but is there anything a bit... well...
bigger?

If anyone knows of anything I'd be very grateful to get an answer.
:-)

Regards,
Karl
Jul 19 '05 #1
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SharpToolbox has a category dedicated to frameworks:
http://sharptoolbox.com/Pages/Catego...6-c9a477e85782

Depending on what is needed, other categories such as "RAD tools - Dev
automation", "Persistence - Data-tier" and "Code generation" can be useful
as well.
Simply check http://SharpToolbox.com/ out.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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Check out www.gotdotnet.com for lots of community samples -- think that
will get you where you want to go...

Mike

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I work for a software company that's looking to get into .NET. I've
dabbled with the technology for a bit, and had some positive resutls.

My boss is asking me that he wants to buy a framework that delivers a
lot of the common functionality that .NET developers need. Things
like generating DataSets to call against databases, generating code
for Windows and Web Forms, deploying the applications and so on.

He's nervous that we're going to need to write so much code to write
decent .NET applications that any project we will do will be very
expensive.

I'm having trouble finding frameworks like these. I can find code
generators like DeKlarit, but is there anything a bit... well...
bigger?

If anyone knows of anything I'd be very grateful to get an answer.
:-)

Regards,
Karl

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