Part 4 of my series on building a line-of-business application with Silverlight is now available on the SilverlightShow.net website here:
It’s been a few weeks coming but there has been a lot of development involved and a few rather difficult challenges to overcome. The topics I originally intended to cover ended up being split in half due to the huge amount of area that it would have covered (this article is over 4000 words on its own), so for this article I’m focusing just on developing a business object framework and implementing a business object using it. It’s not overly Silverlight focused but very important to get right when building a line of business application. I’ll make up for the lack of Silverlight focus in the next article, which will be available early next week when I discuss building a Silverlight data entry form. All the code for this is already available and the demo has been updated too – you can get to it from the article.