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Sample App: Syncfusion and CodeFluent Entities

Looking to build an amazing application but don’t want to reinvent the wheel? Well, with SoftFluent’s CodeFluent Entities and Syncfusion’s WPF components, you can do just that and save a lot of time in the process. CodeFluent Entities allows you to generate scripts, code, web services, and UIs with standard .NET framework components. However, by using Syncfusion components—which are more dynamic and powerful than the .NET standard—and CodeFluent Entities, you can create an interface that is elegant and more user-friendly.

To demonstrate the power of partnering the two companies’ technologies, SoftFluent recently produced a sample contact manager app. They have written a two-part article, “Generate your application with CodeFluent Entities and Syncfusion,” that describes how the app was built. In it, you will find step-by-step instructions and sample code that can be used to build a WPF application based on a CodeFluent Entities custom template using Syncfusion components.

Part 1 describes how to build an ASP.NET Back Office Application with CodeFluent Entities, and Part 2 shows you how to generate a WPF application that consumes the same data but uses Syncfusion components.

Once you run through the sample, leave a comment letting us know what you think.

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