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benfergie
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« on: November 23, 2009, 02:36:19 PM »

I've been working with the AS3 PureMVC Framework for a Flex project and am looking into the possibility of porting it to Silverlight 3 using the C# port of PureMVC.  The docs says the C# port supports Silverlight 2, will it also work with version 3 or are there issues with it?

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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2009, 08:56:14 AM »

Hopefully Adam will be able to weigh in with a definite answer here, but I'm betting that it only requires creating a new 'solution' for Silverlight 3. I doubt seriously that the code will have to change.

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« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2009, 11:01:52 AM »

Thanks Cliff.  I'll give it a shot. 

BTW, I'm enjoying the framework (in Flex) for a few months now and haven't posted till now as so far my questions have been answered by either you or others in other posts.

My hat is off to you and the others who have kept up with the forums so diligently.  I know it's a lot of work but I think it is a huge factor in why the framework has gained in popularity.  I've looked at other frameworks that may be technically good but I had no clue on how to implement them due to lack of docs and forum info.

Keep up the good work!

-Ben
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« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2009, 04:46:57 PM »

Thanks for the kind words, and let us know how you fare with Silverlight 3.

If you have some time to test the waters with PureMVC in the C# realm, you might think of porting a demo like Employee Admin. That might be a good first foray for you to get your bearings without having to dream up a demo. You could just see how the two frameworks compare and how two implementations of the same app compare when trying to do the same thing.

Fortunately the AS3 community has really chipped in quite a bit of code, which just porting can help us get these other communities kick started.

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