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Castle aspires to simplify the development of enterprise and web applications. Offering a set of tools (working together or independently) and integration with other open source projects, Castle helps you get more done with less code.
ActiveWriter is basically a tool to model entities and relations between them. It consists of a modeller and a code generator. Entities are generated as C# or VB classes. There are many tools to generate classes from diagrams, and ActiveWriter is not the best of them if it's only the class ... [More]
N2 is an open source content management system based on ASP.NET version 2.0 (or more). Web content editors can enjoy a simple and enpowering web interface while developers will benefit from a programmer friendly API that makes building web sites quick and fun. N2 CMS home page: http://n2cms.com ... [More]
CS2 stands for C# Code Search. It's an academic project developed for the course of Information Retrieval at Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy.
The TakeIo.Essentials is a RESTful framework for ASP.NET MVC 3. TakeIo.Essentials supports Sinatra-like (from Ruby) routes, implements OPTIONS and HEAD methods in a reasonable way, adds syntax-sugar methods for returning OpenSocial (JSON/XML) single items and collections, decouples routing from ... [More]
Castle Visual Studio Integration (CVSI) provides Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010 integration for the Castle Project. Currently it features a colorizer and IntelliSense for the NVelocity language.
A web-based agile project management application built with Castle MonoRail, ActiveRecord, Windsor and .NET 3.5. There is a supporting blog that documents the step-by-step process to developing this project and why decisions where made along the way: http://pixelbugs.wordpress.com
UPDATE: 11/11/2008 I added a ExtJs grid to the sample. Read more about it here: http://bartreyserhove.blogspot.com/2008/11/using-extjs-grid-in-your-aspnet-mvc.html UPDATE 2/11/2008: I am converting this sample to a ASP.NET MVC version. This first version is committed to source control. You can ... [More]