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MM .NET is an application framework that helps you build well-designed,
high-performance .NET applications using established best practices including
design patterns. MM .NET guides you in placing your application logic in
business objects so your core application can be accessed from any technology
- Windows Presentation Foundation
- Windows Forms
- ASP.NET / HTML5
- Windows Azure
- Web Services
- Windows Workflow
By encouraging use of design patterns in your applicaiton architecture, MM .NET
helps you build applications that are both flexible and extensible.
Business and Data Access Layer
MM .NET's Business Layer Generator automatically generates much of your business
layer including business controller objects, business entities, business rules,
default values, and optionally, stored procedures. You can use MM .NET class
Entity objects or take advantage of our integration with Microsoft's Entity
Framework, which fills in the gaps of EF and make it far more usable than
Microsoft's out-of-the-box implementation.
When building your application's user interface, MM .NET helps you create a UI
that works well with your business layer, including improved data binding,
localizaiton and even user-configurable security. With MM .NET, you can use our
enhanced .NET UI controls or use your favorite third party UI toolkit from
companies such as Telerik, Infragistics, and DevExpress
MM .NET Feature List!
"I have been using MM .NET Framework for nearly a
week. I've just got one word to describe it "Excellent". I don't know why I
didn't purchase this many years ago. I have accomplished so much in my
application that I am writing in 5 days what has taken months to accomplish
without MM .NET Framework." - Fred Besterwitch
Creating applications in .NET can be difficult—even
for those who have some level of experience. There are over 3,000 Microsoft .NET
Framework base classes to choose from when building
an application. You can liken the .NET base classes to piles of construction
material. Everything you need to build a house is there, you just don’t know
where to begin.
Another difficulty is determining “best practices”
when creating .NET applications. Many of the .NET samples available in books,
magazines, and on line take a simplistic approach to application development
that, if followed, can paint you into a corner. This is where the
MM .NET Framework comes to the rescue.
The MM .NET Framework gives you a tremendous amount of help in climbing the .NET learning curve by providing a
high-level Framework for building business applications. Many of the building
blocks you would otherwise have to design and create yourself such as business
objects, data access classes, database manager, security manager, user manager,
and so on, have already been built for you as high-performance, reusable
components in MM .NET.
MM .NET teaches you best practices through its documentation, sample applications, and solid, object-oriented
architecture. Your .NET applications immediately benefit from the solid foundation provided by MM .NET
.NET is written in C#, as are Microsoft’s .NET base classes. However, thanks to the
language interoperability inherent with .NET (all source code compiles to a
single Intermediate Language), MM .NET can be used by C#, VB .NET, C++ and for that matter, any other .NET language.
One of the biggest complaints developers have about
application frameworks is lack of flexibility. This is because many frameworks
shoe-horn you into a specific way of doing things. In contrast, at its very
foundation, the design of the MM .NET Framework anticipates you may want to do something
different. MM .NET’s use of design patterns, abstract classes and interfaces allow you to easily change the
Framework’s behavior to suit your needs.
In the final analysis, regardless of how “OOP” your applications are, your end users want the application to be fast.
With every feature we add to MM .NET, speed is a primary consideration. We start out
with low-overhead designs and continue to tweak the highest possible performance
out of them. If you choose to implement some of our special features such as
UI-level security or multi-lingual capabilities, you’ll incur very little
overhead—and if you choose not to use a particular feature, there’s no overhead
Business objects are critical in creating flexible,
highly-scalable object-oriented applications. Our high-performance business
objects help you create applications that can access data from virtually any
back end, and allow you to scale your applications from the desktop to the
Microsoft has provided a partial business object solution by means of its Entity Framework.
However, entity objects are just one part of a full business object implementation. MM .NET
in the rest of the pieces by means of our business object controllers (useful in Model-View-Controller, and
Model-View-ViewModel design patterns) as well as business rule and default value objects.
You can choose to use or classic MM .NET entity objects or optionally take
advantage of our integration with Microsoft's Entity Framework.
MM .NET business objects allow you to access SQL Server,
Oracle, or any OLE DB data source from your application, and even dynamically
switch between different types of data at runtime. This flexibility allows you
to create a single application that accesses different types of data.
You can even "mix and match" our classic MM .NET entity objects with Microsoft's
Entity Framework. This is useful in scenarios where the Entity Framework is
not as fast as you need it to be in specific circumstances.
Many companies create their applications twice—once for the desktop and again for the
When you follow our guidance and put all your business logic in MM .NET business objects,
you create a single code base that can be accessed from desktop or the web, including
Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Silverlight, as well as WCF and Web Services.
A single code base means you write, debug, and maintain less code!
MM .NET is designed from the ground up for creating
applications that can be multi-lingual. You can even provide end-user access to
our intuitive language tools, allowing them to add their own new languages and
provide translations for existing text. This feature can also be used to provide
variations of text in a single language. This is useful in vertical or
horizontal market applications when you want to vary label text, messages, and so on.
Although you rarely need to peek under the hood to see what MM .NET
is doing behind the scenes, for the times you need to do so, we provide the
source code for the entire Framework. If you want to alter the Framework’s
behavior, the source code allows you to get an in-depth look at how MM .NET
works so you can easily adapt it to your needs.
MM .NET has the best documentation in the market, hands down! If you were to print out our
Developer's Guide it would be over 3,000 pages.
Our documentation includes Jump Starts that get you up and running quickly, as well step-by-step information for building
every type of .NET application. Our FAQ sections provide information on general .NET questions that are not specific
to MM .NET, but are commonly asked when building .NET applications.
Our documentation starts at the source code level. We make extensive use of
XML comments that help you understand what’s going on behind the scenes—even if
you are not familiar with C#.
The cost of the MM .NET Framework is $699 per developer, including source code and royalty-free distribution
of your applications.
Volume pricing -- If you purchase five (5) or more licenses at the same time, you
get a 20% discount on all licenses.
For more information or to ask any questions, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call