This actually is a repeat of another reply, but here it goes:
The Design Pattern Framework is a combination of e-books (pdf documents), .NET Solutions (lot's of source code), and diagrams. They are installed as a package including menu shortcuts on each individual user's machine. It requires Visual Studio 2010 (Professional or better).
The 16 user license is actually quite simple. You can have up to 16 users (named users, not concurrent users) install it on their machines. Each user is allowed to install a copy on their local machine and possibly home machine, as long as he/she is the only user.
The Design Pattern Framework package is not designed to be shared on a on a network or intranet share, primarily because these are .NET Solutions / Projects that are viewed, explored, and run locally.
I hope this helps.
Dan McMillan, Aug 06, 2010
If I wanted to add Ninject to this project and remove DataAccess which layer would I put it in and how? Example I want to remove private static readonly IAuditDao _auditDao = DataAccess.AuditDao; from the service layer would I add Ninject in service in place of private static readonly IAuditDao _auditDao = DataAccess.AuditDao;? Or do I add Ninject in Presentation layer? Thanks Dennis
Jun 11, 2012