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dotObjects is a framework based on the Naked Objects pattern aimed at the development of enterprise applications through a pure object model design. By this way, the developer creates the business objects of the application and the framework is responsible for the generation of the interface and persistence layer.

At the moment, a web interface and a db4o persistence layer is implemented, but the overall architecture allows the injection of any user interface, by the implementation of a renderer pattern; and the injection of any persistence layer, by the implementation of a persistence context.

New services are planned on the next releases, as a web services layer, a workflow layer, automatic search of objects, automatic user manual generation and a DSL tool for the modeling of the business objects.

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aspdotnet dsl enterprise framework mvc naked objects services

In a Nutshell, dotObjects - .NET Naked Objects...

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