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NH Prof Stats

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I am just doing some work on NH Prof, and I run into the line counter button, and I thought it is interesting. Here is the break down of line counts in the application:

  • Appender - 818 lines of code
    The Appender is responsible for communication with the profiled application
  • Backend - 3,548 lines of code
    The Backend is responsible for translating the event stream from the Appender into a coherent idea, apply analysis and send them to the UI.
  • Client - 6,430 lines of code
    The Client is where all the UI work is done, it contains the view model, which is large part of this assembly, reports, user interface work, and other such things that directly relate to what the user is doing with the application. Note that this include things like error reporting, actually executing queries, and other things that are not strictly UI, but are directly related to the way the client works.

This include only C# files, not Xaml files.


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Anders

I've heard that you are using caliburn and some sort of mvvm to develop nhprof. Is this something you plan to blog about?

Rob Eisernberg

That is true. We are using Caliburn and a healthy dose of MVVM. We are also using MVP and a few other interesting patterns. I'll plan to do some blogging on the general UI architecture as well as how Caliburn has helped us along the way.

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