Monday, October 29, 2012 9:42 AM
I'm looking at Casablanca for some simple REST stuff from a Windows client.
The client, once finished, could last a few years before there is an upgrade, and will rely to some extent on the REST services.
I don't want to be constantly upgrading peoples program's when new Casablanca's come out, should I use it now or wait?
If I've understood properly CasaBlancaHost.Exe is a local program which runs DLLs created by the host projects. If that changes I do not care, it is only my local testing, but once (my DLL?) is deployed on Azure could Casablanca changes break it?
Alternatively if I use C# to handle host side REST and only use Casablanca on the client side would that be a more stable solution for me?
Sorry if the questions are badly formed...!
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Monday, October 29, 2012 8:13 PMOwner
The current version of Casablanca comes with no stability guarantees. In fact, the major reason for releasing it so early, and on DevLabs, was exactly so that we can modify it as we see fit, based on user feedback. That's also one reason it does not come with a go-live EULA. That will be different when we release with a product license.
I do expect, as you suggest, the client-side features to stabilize before the server-side features.
- Marked As Answer by Owen Ransen Tuesday, October 30, 2012 11:21 AM