A new release of Sharp Architecture over the weekend!
A new alpha version released!
James Gregory created an official project website for Fluent NHibernate.
Proof of concept using the Enterprise Library Validation Application Block with Sharp Architecture for ASP.NET MVC Validation.
James Gregory has posted a number of tutorials on Fluent NHibernate.
A proof of concept on generating Fluent NHibernate Classes…
New release you can sink your teeth into…
A little gem for making configuration easier when using conventions.
Trivial example showing validation.
I really appreciate those who video tape these events and share them with the community.
A Validation Framework for NHibernate Developers.
Download NHibernate 2.0 for your O/R Mapping Pleasure!
NHibernate XML got you down? Fluent NHibernate attempts to balance a fluent interface and convention over configuration to make it easier to map business entities to your database without XML.
Shawn Wildermuth added ADO.NET Data Services Support for LINQ To NHibernate as part of the NHibernate Contrib Project.
Billy McCafferty updates his S#arp Architecture to use NHibernate 2.0 Beta 2 and removes the Spring Framework Dependency. If you are looking for a kickstart in your MVC Applications you may want to check out the S#arp Architecture on CodePlex.
NHibernate 2.0 Beta 1 released.
Billy McCafferty starts a new CodePlex Project, called Sharp Architecture, that leverages the very best of the ASP.NET MVC Framework, NHibernate, and the Spring Framework. Even if you don’t use these tools, what a world of knowledge one can gain from looking at the code.
Billy McCafferty provides code samples on how to leverage IoC and transaction management with Spring.NET and NHibernate with the ASP.NET MVC Framework to provide dependency injection of your data access objects into your controllers.