Friday, February 15, 2008

Almost Context Full...

The context manager is 60% done. 4 snapshots of the context manager at work: assertions, cleaning up, etc.








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Saturday, February 09, 2008

Automation?

We are currently working on the ContextMenu manager. It should be a breeze since the Generics support actually meant a major addition of functionality.

GUI support should come soon too, its major piece of functionality is ready to wire.

Which lead me to look at the Automation library that MS has on .Net 3.5-VS 2008. It is not a surprise , and not a particularly interesting competitor.

First is stuck in PC land. None of the major classes are supported by the Compact Framework.


Second, it is another hard to digest class/method behemoth.

I guess they are not competing on usability and product definition/differentiation...

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Friday, February 08, 2008

Compare me if you can...

These two are a couple of progress snapshots from the Generics Engine.

To show the flexibility and ease-of-use of DevRiot's Visual Unit Testing(tm) technology here we have a generic method that takes 3 generic parameters. Each one of them is a bound generic type A made of an array of bound generic type B. Type B is made of an array int.

Just a few clicks away. No Source code...




That ugly description turns into an easy to use tree widget:



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Thursday, February 07, 2008

Short...

Now the generics engine can handle pretty much everything it is thrown at it.

The first ever Visual Unit Testing tools is coming your way...

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