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Project Summary

NReco is an integration framework for lightweight model driven development (MDD) under .NET platform.

NReco (.Net Reuse Components) includes:
- infrastructure for POCO components composition/interaction.
- XML model transformation services based on XML/XSL technologies
- low-level model processor based on inversion of control (IoC) container
- flexible and extensible build time transformation tool
- integrations with Winter4.NET, Log4Net, ASP.NET and many others
- domain-specific models library with samples
Design features:
- IoC (inversion of control) oriented, loosely coupled, non-intrusive design
- optimized for .NET 3.5 and C# 3.0

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c# csharp framework mdd model-driven model-drivendevelopment net net35 reuse transformation xml

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C#
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JavaScript
25%
XSL Transformation
16%
5 Other
21%

30 Day Summary

Apr 10 2016 — May 10 2016

12 Month Summary

May 10 2015 — May 10 2016
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