Editor: NConstruct is a rapid enterprise application development tool and environment for .NET Framework. Its goal is to reduce the time used for the development of most commonly used enterprise applications, which consist of data handling and presentation capabilities.
True Rapid Application Development
When you Create the database with regard to your customer's demands, you are just a few clicks away from the core of your future application. With NConstruct you get the whole executable and/or source code* for application server, Windows and Web client within minutes.
Robust and scalable .NET Remoting client-server application
NConstruct Builder creates robust and scalable application servers which can work as standalone applications or as a Windows Service, and Windows client applications with a .NET Remoting connection to application server. The NConstruct Builder's wizard procedure creates and compiles two Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 solutions with full source code and supplementary libraries.*
ASP.NET 2.0 Web application
NConstruct Builder can also create ASP.NET 2.0 Web applications.* By using Fowler's Presenter pattern, NConstruct uses the same Logic twice for two different views - Windows and Web.
Object - oriented design patterns used
We used many of available design pattern, and we are also trying to stick to recommendation of programming against Interfaces, instead of classes
Entity source code and NHibernate O/R mapping creation
Using a NHibernate "Bottom up" development scenario, which begins with an existing database scheme and data model.
Including Unit tests in Pro NConstruct version.
Making some of the classes testable to enable mocking and similar (singleton classes and similar).
Oracle and Ms Access hbm files are not copied correctly
System users table must have DateCreated column because of IsDeleted column and unique constrain
Update unit tests with including new library Rhino-Mocks 3.5
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What's New in NConstruct 2.7
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No additional system requirements.