Genesys Source Framework 2019.01 Released

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Genesys Source Framework 2019.01 has been released, which is a maintenance release as we prepare our next set of products. Genesys Source Framework is a n-tier DDD object framework allowing entities to migrate up and down your stack naturally without plumbing, no DTOs or mappers needed.


Genesys Framework 4 is now available for download ( 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?

* Breaking changes?

     - Database: No

     - Interfaces: No

     - Infrastructure: Yes. Retired /v1 route in WebAPI Projects.


* Extensions

     - ConfigurationManagerCore now defaults to .NET Core appsettings.json configuration file conventions

     - ConfigurationManagerCore now loads and normalizes all .json configuration files in execution folder

     - ConfigurationManagerCore moved to Genesys.Extras.Standard for usability in.NET Core and UWP

     - ActrivityContext.PrincipalIPAddress now auto-fills based on current environment DNS


* Framework

     - EntityReader.GetByPage() fixed to not skip over first results

     - IDescription abstracted away and now exists as standalone interface

     - EntityInfo<> Rules() and FailedRules() now methods and no longer serialized


* Framework for Core and Web API

     - Retired /v1 route in Framework.WebServices.Full and Framework.WebServices.Core

     - CrudViewModel<> depreciated, replaced by ViewModel<>


* Framework for MVC

     - Fixed /CustomerSearch route for explicit querystring parameters ?id=&firstname

     - Ensured /CustomerSearch accepts /{id}/{firstName}/{lastName} route


* eBook:

* Welcome:

* Release Notes:


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


Keep Coding!

- Robert and the Dev Team


Other sites of interest...

* Genesys Source Framework:

* Genesys Cloud Web Environment:

* Quick-Start Guide:

* What is the Framework?

* Docs and API Reference:

* Genesys Source on GitHub:

* Genesys Source in Visual Studio:

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