I started building an app in 3 layers (DAL, BL, UI) [it mainly handles CRM, some sales reports and inventory]. A colleague told me that I must move to service layer pattern, that developers came to ...
If a controller gets too fat and model instantiation starts to add up, a service layer could be used. If I just wrap the logic inside a service class, I will get a bunch of Services with one/two ...
So I'm very close to releasing an app I've been working on, and the server I integrate with allows me to register users. So I was wondering if I should require users to register with the app before ...
I'm creating an application which has 2 different UIs so I'm making it with a service layer which I understood is appropriate for such scenario. However I found myself just creating web methods for ...
My Situation I work for a company that builds software for many other companies. When I learned installers weren't built-in with VS2012, I was curious how to deploy. So far, I have just been dropping ...
We have big legacy code working for big corporation connecting to multiple remote/local databases. The configuration files with IP, name and password for connecting to different databases are now ...