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This section contains articles on automated Code Generation. Please be aware that we do not accept articles on commericial third party tools.

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by Nicolas Dorier
Stop wasting time on a stupid typo in binding paths.
by Nicolas Dorier
Enhance Visual Studio and your build process in just two clicks. This tool does its best to be out of your way, while improving your development experience seemlessly.
by Olivier Giulieri
A generic Web User Interface for CRUD applications generating all screens at run-time based on external metadata. It comes with sample applications for address book, memo pad, to do list, restaurants list, wine cellar, and database structure documentation that are easily customizable.
by Nicolas Dorier
Access xaml resources in a strongly typed way

Latest Articles

by Nikola Breznjak
TL;DR You can download from Github the demo application (zipped exe) or the whole source code project (Visual Studio project solution), or continue reading to see how it was built step by step. What is this for an application? My version of the FontViewer application as initially designed and develo
by Keyhole Software
Unless your problem domain includes some specific need for highly optimized code, consider what is your biggest coding priority. I’m going to suggest that you make it maintainability. There was an online meme going around recently that suggested that you should code as if the person that will
by Ronnie Mukherjee
Code smells offer us a convenient way to identify, classify and address bad code. The phrase was first coined by Kent Beck, while helping Martin Fowler with his famous book, Refactoring. A code smell is an indication of bad code. It is something that is easy to spot quickly, and which probably tells
by Dave Clemmer
Using Mo+ to generate a working application, which includes an Entity Framework model, OData services, view model client, and WPF application.

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