In Chapters 1 and 2, we discussed the concepts behind distributed, object-oriented systems, and the.NET technologies that make them practical to implement with reasonable effort. Then, in Chapters 3 through 5, we designed and implemented CSLA.NET, a framework upon which we can build distributed, object-oriented applications, thereby avoiding the complexities of the underlying technologies as we create each business class or user interface.
KeywordsBusiness Logic Business Object Database Design Assignment Class Assignment Object
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