Question about ASP.NET Application Dev, a good development paradigm

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Rod, May 12, 2004.

  1. Rod

    Rod Guest

    The parent company where I work like to use a methodology popularized by
    Fusebox, for web application development. Fusebox, from what I have been
    able to gather, is best suited to Cold Fusion. I've checked Fusebox's
    website (www.fusebox.org), and even they claim that the current fusebox will
    not work for ASP.NET. Of course, I want to use ASP.NET (we have other
    ASP.NET applications we wrote some time ago), but I also want to have a
    robust ASP.NET application, such as following a methodology like fusebox
    would provide.

    Therefore, my question is, what development methodology should I follow,
    which will be standardized like fusebox is, and more compatible with
    ASP.NET?

    Rod
     
    Rod, May 12, 2004
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  2. Microsoft has a User Interface Process Application Block that looks
    interesting:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnbda/html/uip.asp

    -Jason

    Rod wrote:

    > The parent company where I work like to use a methodology popularized by
    > Fusebox, for web application development. Fusebox, from what I have been
    > able to gather, is best suited to Cold Fusion. I've checked Fusebox's
    > website (www.fusebox.org), and even they claim that the current fusebox will
    > not work for ASP.NET. Of course, I want to use ASP.NET (we have other
    > ASP.NET applications we wrote some time ago), but I also want to have a
    > robust ASP.NET application, such as following a methodology like fusebox
    > would provide.
    >
    > Therefore, my question is, what development methodology should I follow,
    > which will be standardized like fusebox is, and more compatible with
    > ASP.NET?
    >
    > Rod
    >
    >
     
    Jason DeFontes, May 12, 2004
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