Introducing Data-Driven Programming
Data-driven development focuses on storing application structures in a database and deriving application functionality from the data structure itself, though few applications are entirely data-driven. A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) system is one such type of application. Users of a LIMS system need to create definitions for various data elements they require in the process of laboratory research. It is, in effect, a scaled-down version of the Visual Studio IDE. You must dynamically generate data tables and drag and drop controls on a form. Each of the data elements may require data validation that’s written in C# or VB.NET source code and compiled at runtime to check the data and provide feedback to those performing data entry to the system.
KeywordsLaboratory Information Management System Code Graph Type Declaration Referential Integrity Public Void
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