[Ironruby-core] .NET RIA Services, IronRuby alternatives?

Ivan Porto Carrero ivan at flanders.co.nz
Sun Jul 12 15:41:18 EDT 2009


But it would be the data binding that will be hard if the class is defined
in ruby unless something has changed.
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On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 8:22 PM, Kevin Radcliffe <lists at ruby-forum.com>wrote:

> I have just been checking out the docs from the .NET RIA Services July
> 2009 preview:
> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=76bb3a07-3846-4564-b0c3-27972bcaabce&displaylang=en
> It seems pretty complicated, and there is a lot of magic (shared files,
> attributes, generated code - with more attributes in it)
> Since dynamic Silverlight already exists, I was wondering if anyone has
> had success using a simpler approach using that?
> Specifically, I am looking to enable simple CRUD against a db backend
> using Silverlight.
> I would imagine that using REST/Sinatra would result in a much much
> simpler, but arguably equally effective solution for Silverlight apps.
> (.NET RIA Services does seem to have some nice (but not intuitive) stuff
> for validations though)
> Anyone already trying .NET RIA Services and/or Dynamic Silverlight?
> Thanks
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