06 February 2013
I have released a beta of CSLA .NET: version 4.5.11, working toward a final release in a few weeks.
CSLA .NET is an open source software development framework that helps you build a reusable, scalable, and maintainable object-oriented business layer for your applications.
This update includes a few interesting features/changes.
- Adds support for Windows Phone 8 (WP8) development on the Windows Phone Runtime (WinPRT) platform
- Simplifies support for ASP.NET MVC 3 and ASP.NET MVC 4, as well as ADO.NET EF 4 and 5 by splitting functionality into separate assemblies and nuget packages
- Changes the local data portal to have the same behavior as a remote data portal for async calls; specifically this means that the local data portal automatically shifts all async requests onto a background thread from the thread pool
- Transactional attribute now allows you to set the isolation level
- Various bug fixes
You can get this prerelease version from nuget in Visual Studio, or you can download the new Wix-based installer from the CSLA download page.