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Genesys Source Framework 2018.09 Released

Friday, September 21, 2018

Please join us in welcoming Genesys Source Framework 4 which adds .NET Core, EF Core and DDD-centric designs and patterns! Simultaneously supports .NET Core and Standard PLUS .NET 4 and PCL. Genesys Source Framework shares the same C# classes in both .NET Core and .NET “Full” projects, reusing 80% of your code base.

 

Genesys Framework 4 is now available for download (genesyssource.com) or in Visual Studio (Tools->Extensions-and-Updates.) Open-source, cross-platform, full-stack business and domain object reusability made easy!

 

What’s new in this release?

* Extensions

     - Upgraded to .NET Core 2.1.2

     - Nuget packages disallow trailing zeros in revision

     - All projects now point to DatabaseServer.test.genesyssource.com

 

* Framework

     - Upgraded to .NET Core 2.1.2

     - IEntity<T> is no longer dependent on ISerializable<T>

     - IEntitySerializable<T> now includes IEntity<T> : ISerializable<T> combo

     - IValue<T> is no longer dependent on ISerializable<T>

     - IValueSerializable<T> now includes IValue<T> : ISerializable<T> combo

     - IReadOperation, ICreateOperation, IUpdateOperation and IDeleteOperation decoupled from ISerializable<T>

     - Nuget packages disallow trailing zeros in revision

     - All projects now point to DatabaseServer.test.genesyssource.com

 

* Framework for Core, MVC, Web API, UWP, WPF

     - Upgraded to .NET Core 2.1.2

     - Added Welcome.html welcome page

     - All projects now point to DatabaseServer.test.genesyssource.com

 

What’s new in Genesys Source Framework 4?

* .NET Core and .NET 4.x fully supported in all projects

* EF Core 2 and EF 6 fully supported

* Simultaneous support for .NET Core and .NET “Full", without multi-targeting!

* Re-org into DDD-centric layers and organization, including Domain Objects and Models, Entity and Value objects.

* Inheritance approach replace by composition design patterns

* Repository design pattern formalized into Genesys.Framework.Repository namespace

* Database Adapters created for EF to Table, to View and Stored Procedure data access

Important: This is an interface-breaking release from Genesys Framework 3, bumping the version from 3.x to 4.x.

 

* eBook: https://docs.genesyssource.com/products/Genesys-Framework/Genesys-Framework-eBook.pdf

* Welcome: https://www.genesyssource.com/Genesys-Framework/Welcome.html

* Release Notes: https://cloud.genesyssource.com/news

 

If you have any problems with your new cross-platform full-stack business object reusability framework, feel free to contact us at developers@genesyssource.com. 

 

We’re here to help!

- Rob Good and the Dev Team

 

Other sites of interest...

* Genesys Source Framework: http://cloud.genesyssource.com/genesys-framework

* Genesys Cloud Web Environment: http://cloud.genesyssource.com/genesys-environments

* Quick-Start Guide: http://docs.genesyssource.com/products/Genesys-Framework/Start-your-Genesys-Framework.pdf

* What is the Framework? http://docs.genesyssource.com/products/Genesys-Framework/What-is-the-genesys-source-framework.pdf

* Docs and API Reference: http://docs.genesyssource.com

* Genesys Source on GitHub: http://www.github.com/GenesysSource

* Genesys Source in Visual Studio: http://bit.ly/2mHpFkf

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