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Jun
22
comment Drawing concentric circles without gaps
Also, I would consider number "5" to be an acceptable result. Did you consider it good? And if not, why?
Jun
22
comment Drawing concentric circles without gaps
@beppe9000 Imagine you draw the inner cicles first, and then the outer ones. The innermost circle, the tinyest one, would be a single pixel. Then the second one would depend on what "contiguous" mean: if you need the pixels to be side-contiguous, then you'd get only squares, unless you accept more than one pixel thickness... Can you visualize it?
Jun
22
comment Drawing concentric circles without gaps
How would you define "perfectly contigous"? Any acceptance test should be dependent on this definition. Should any white pixels of the same circumference be at least diagonal-contiguous, or should they be side-contiguous?
Jun
22
comment Drawing concentric circles without gaps
Oh, like a lollipop then... That is game changing, of course.
Jun
22
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Jun
22
answered Drawing concentric circles without gaps
Jun
20
comment How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
Do you think, then, that I should at least try to use MVVMLight as some sorte of "cure" from "Caliburn.Micro disorientation"? I would surely take a look if that is the case.
Jun
19
comment How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
@Rachel I must tell you that Caliburn has a ViewModel-First approach by default. Its bootstrapper instantiates a ViewModel (first) and then it corresponding View - already bound by the ViewModelBinder - is automatically displayed, with DataContext already set to the ViewModel instance.
Jun
19
comment How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
@Rachel regarding "how close [caliburn] ties the view to the MVM layer", what exactely do you mean? What would be the "non-caliburn" way of tying those layers in a better, more MVVM way? (I ask sincerely because I don't currently know).
Jun
19
comment How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
@Rachel I was planning to use this approach with Caliburn.Micro, but couldn't find a RelayCommand implementation (since it "binds" directly to methods by convention, instead of binding to ICommand properties).
Jun
19
revised How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
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Jun
19
comment How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
I'm not sure if I phrased my question correctly, so if I inadvertently violated any condition, please let me know so that I can rephrase it.
Jun
19
asked How to choose NOT to use a framework (Caliburn.Micro, etc.) in a given MVVM application?
Jun
19
comment When NOT to use a framework
The last paragraph contains an all too common trap: "Some people (...) can't take the time to (...). This mis-match (...) ends up costing everyone lots of time and effort." So they don't have time to lose (now), and because of that they end up losing a lot (more?) of time (later) ...
Jun
19
comment When NOT to use a framework
He didn't say "percent", did he? ;o)
May
18
comment What's the idea behind naming classes with “Info” suffix, for example: “SomeClass” and “SomeClassInfo”?
I see, that makes sense!
May
18
comment What's the idea behind naming classes with “Info” suffix, for example: “SomeClass” and “SomeClassInfo”?
This sounds similar to the Proxy pattern mentioned by @Shmoken, doesn't it?
May
14
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May
14
comment What's the idea behind naming classes with “Info” suffix, for example: “SomeClass” and “SomeClassInfo”?
@ThePopMachine I agree the word "nobody" might be too hard in this case, but Employee examples are found by the dozens, either online or in classic books, while I haven't seen EmployeeInfo yet (perhaps because an employee is a living being, not a technical construct like a connection or a file). But, agreed, if the class EmployeeInfo were to be proposed in a project, I believe it could have its use.
May
14
comment What's the idea behind naming classes with “Info” suffix, for example: “SomeClass” and “SomeClassInfo”?
(continued...) that is: I don't talk to the sensors themselves, I talk only to the Receiver via higher-level commands, and the Receiver in turn talks to each of the Sensors. But I eventually need information from the sensors, which I get from the Receiver instance via its List<SensorInfo> readonly property.