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C# book about Layered Applications

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Vox0ut, Jun 5, 2015.

  1. Vox0ut

    Vox0ut Registered Member

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    Hello,

    does someone know a good book or webresource that explains the steps to building a layered application in C#.

    I want to know how to correctly manage my assemblies. Thanks
     
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    Vox0ut Registered Member

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    Someone?
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  3. archon10

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    Do you mean business, presentation and data layers? That's a good one although it's good coding design.

    If I understand what you mean, I would first look up the differences between the layers. You should be able to use any database and the business/presentation layers don't care. Problem is that the theory doesn't work so well in practice. I worked on an app for the government through an engineering firm and the lead wanted Mongo for development and SQL Server for prod. Disaster.

    Layered apps in C# can get complicated. MVC kinda does it on its own between presentation and business logic layers (views and controllers).

    Layered apps work well in theory but I've never walked into a place where it works. Usually, it kinda works. They are a good model to follow, but I think C# devs tend to make things a shitfuck more complicated than it needs to be.
     
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