Object-Oriented Application Design


Chapters 1 and 2 discussed the concepts behind distributed, object-oriented systems and the .NET technologies that make them practical to implement with reasonable effort. They also introduced the concepts and goals for the CSLA .NET framework. Before getting into the implementation details of the CSLA .NET framework, it is important to discuss the object-oriented design philosophy the framework is intended to support, and that is the focus of this chapter.


Object Model Business Logic Business Object Role Property Role Table 
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