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 Would you suggest to start a new CCS project with InMotion Framework?

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Posts: 378
Posted: 08/10/2008, 8:56 PM

Would you suggest to start a new .Net CCS project with InMotion Framework?

My decision makers:
- performance improvement comparing to standard CCS .Net (in short and long term)
- evolution (new features and bug fixes)
- stability
- popularity
- maturity

My concerns:
- evolution - seems like stopped right after delivery in Oct 2007
no updates, no issues
- popularity - based on number of posts in this forum
- maturity - new product

Thank you
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Posted: 08/12/2008, 1:35 PM

Please, ignore this post, I made the decision.
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Posted: 08/12/2008, 1:37 PM

Positive or Negative?
As I value your opinion.

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Posted: 08/12/2008, 2:33 PM

I'm a newbie but, InMotion Frame seems to be good framework.

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Posted: 08/12/2008, 3:35 PM

I'd like to know what you decided too. I share your concerns about a tool that seems to have little or no progress for almost a year!
Walter are dearly missed.
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Posted: 08/12/2008, 7:40 PM

I decided to use CCS .Net (not InMotion).

InMotion is good.
I was waiting for it and early testing with excitement, but now don't want to take a risk building a project on a framework that nobody uses.

- product is too young; :-)
- unpopular - resistance from existing developers to learn unpopular tools;
- difficult to find extra resources (developers);
- insufficient testing/feedback by community;
- who will provide support in complex questions/problems?
- can be abandoned (even MS abandon some of their projects).
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Posted: 09/03/2008, 6:53 PM

We use it and are pleased with the results. Still a few wrinkles to get out but it is well worth the wait.
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