Emesary: Nasal implementation for FlightGear
This covers all of the detail and background behind Emesary, with specific application within a FlightGear environment
To take a high level view any system is built from a collection of parts - some of these parts need to perform a required job (the primary purpose) and the parts will need to interface to each other.
The database tier needs a defined API, after all accessing the database is the primary purpose.
This is where a set of classes with methods and properties is required.
During the operation of the database tier it may cause exceptions or failures to be raised. Also the database may need to communicate externally to any number of services that are not necessarily known at build time.
C# WPF Instructor Station Development notes
Developing from ground up a new IOS using WPF & C#
Building a modern application in .NET
Recently I was fortunate enough to be in the position of having a completely free hand to choose the technologies for a desktop application, which is a double edged sword. The only technical brief was that it had to be a Windows Desktop application
Emesary implementation of a message based real time system
This entire entry is really a set of notes to remind me of an idea I've just had....
There are many ways of implementing an real time executive, i.e. a system that takes responsibility for loading, running, and monitoring individual sections of code.
Emesary : Efficient inter-object communication using interfaces and inheritance
A technique that I have been using for a very long time to enable the inner workings of code to be cleaner and more decoupled, easier to maintain and extend.
In essence it is nothing that new - event driven systems have been around for a very long time.
What makes this way of doing things different is that it is very lightweight.
Designing a plugin architecture for an application
There simply isn't an application or software system that wouldn't be improved by having a plugin architecture - but it seems harder to implement.