XAF - Best practices from Manuel Grundner

Meet Manuel and his blog
Many of you liked my post about the free Llamachant extensions for our business application framework (XAF). I want to take a moment to promote the contributions of another longtime customer and DevExpress MVP - Manuel Grundner. You may already know Manuel from his involvement in the DevExpress Support Center and his personal blog: http://blog.delegate.at/tags/XAF. His most popular work was for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Nuget integration. Manuel has now taken the time to share his expertise with all XAFers via the following blog series:



Don’t forget to check out the following post – extremely interesting content: How to use the Desktop Bridge to create an appx package for XAF.

Liked Manuel's tips or doing things differently? Are you blogging about XAF as well? Please let the world know in the comments section below.

Learn more about the XAF community
Even more 3rd-party modules, blogs, consulting and custom development services are here: https://www.devexpress.com/Products/NET/Application_Framework/xaf-community.xml.

Logify
Before I let you go, just a quick question - are you guys using 24/7 app monitoring services such as Logify? Our support team plans on using Logify with some of our enterprise customers and we'd love to know what you guys think of 24/7 app monitoring. Check out the How to replace XAF exception handling with Logify  article to learn more about the XAF integration. Please note that we are using this exact approach for our online Web and Mobile demos (available at https://www.devexpress.com/Support/Demos/#xaf). 

2 comment(s)
Manuel Grundner [DevExpress MVP]

Thanks Dennis :)

27 April, 2018
Naser Javed Malik

Great :)

28 April, 2018

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