Everest framework usage
#1 Posted : Friday, February 15, 2013 8:06:50 AM(UTC)
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Hi There,

I am new to Everest framework and it looks amazing!

Do you know how the Everest Framework can be used in an existing EHR platform and if it can generate object entities (C# classes) than can be used together with logic and a GUI?

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Hi Peter,

Thanks for your interest in Everest!

I'm not sure if I fully understand your question but I will take a crack at it.

We've used the Everest framework for several applications, and I have heard of others integrating it into an existing applications (we've written ASP.NET, Silverlight, and WPF applications successfully with the framework). Binding Everest objects to XAML controls for use in Silverlight, Windows Phone, or Windows applications is pretty simple (binding or Objects works quite well in XAML). Collections are tricky, but creating an ObservableCollection that copies COLL instances to itself (There is a good example of how to do this on the 1.1 Compact framework download (the sample)).

We've done WPF apps in this way (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_h5M9TA6x0 @ 0:35 - 3:16 , has an example of one of our Apps using Everest on a UI) .

Hope that helps

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