This year, I’m building a UWP time tracking app. Last week, I covered some details about Model-View-ViewModel, a pattern that helps simplify user interface code and make it more testable. This week, I’m going to explore the data layer technologies that I’ll be using: Entity Framework and SQLite.
Last week, I described a programming project that I’m starting this year. It’s a time tracking app that not only records what you decide to spend time on, but also tries to influence those decisions.
I’ll get into the initial coding details next week. This week, I’ll expand on the technology stack that I’m using.
Happy New Year!
This is the start of Year 3 of this blog. For an overview of the past two years, see my review posts:
- Summer Review (January to July 2015)
- Red-Green-Code: 2015 in Review (the rest of 2015)
- Red-Green-Code: 2016 in Review (all of 2016)
For 2017, I have decided to start a new programming project. It will coexist with my other programming project, Project 462. But while Project 462 is strictly a learning project, this new project will produce code that is designed to be used and maintained. (Though as with most programming projects, there will be learning as a side-effect).