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gwt-presenter

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

WelcomeInspired by Ray Ryan's Best Practices For Architecting Your GWT App session at Google I/O 2009, this is an implementation of the 'Presenter' part of the Model-View-Presenter (MVP) design pattern discussed in the video. You may also be interested in the gwt-dispatch library, which is an ... [More] implementation of a 'command pattern' API for GWT. LinksGetting Started - A quick intro to the API. Recent Changes - A list of recent changes to the API. Examples - Links to examples of the API in action. API Discussion - The Google Group for this library. Post any questions you have here! ConfigurationCurrently GIN helpers are bundled in, but they are optional - the API can be initialised directly or via any other DI or other scheme you wish. [Less]

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Web Forms MVP

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Claimed by Outercurve Foundation Analyzed 8 months ago

A simple Model-View-Presenter framework for ASP.NET Web Forms to aid in building testable and maintainable of ASP.NET projects. Features support for normal server controls, data-binding and async pages. Requires ASP.NET 3.5 SP1

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NMVP Framework

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NMVP is a framework for creating Composite MVP Architectures. MVP is an achronym for Model-View-Presenter and is a widespread pattern for development of UI´s with less coupling.

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Evolution.Net MVP Framework

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Evolution.Net is an attempt to create a complete framework for software projects using DotNet. It aims to define a standard architecture for DotNet projects, based on the MVP (Model-View-Presenter) pattern, integrating components and other libraries and automating common tasks that waste time on the creation and development of projects.

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Presenter First DSL

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

The Presenter First DSL is a modeling tool for the Presenter First pattern.

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DVDShare

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Locadora de DVD para uso não comercial Desenvolvido em C# utilizando MVC Projeto desenvolvido por Wiki Informática LTDA www.wikicode.com.br

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foilpresenter

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

foilpresenter ist eine Software, um Liedtexte, Bilder, Videos und mehr per Beamer anzuzeigen. Es richtet sich speziell an Kirchen und ist für diese Zwecke optimiert.

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NMock3

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

NMock3 builds on the work of NMock2. Specifically it adds lambda expressions to the matcher syntax. You can use lambda expressions instead of strings, making refactoring possible. The idea of Syntactic Sugar is maintained in that all expectations read like an English sentence.

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ASP.Net MVP Framework

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

A project to get you started with creating and designing websites. The project is intended to provide you with guidance for whatever you want to do in ASP.Net. We hope to make it easier for you to create and reuse your websites by focusing on productivity and quality.

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