Many of our users have asked questions related to how Genome, which is architecture-neutral, fits into specific infrastructures, such as Webforms and Winforms. In the past, we delivered a Webforms Application Support Pack (WASP) in binary form to faciliate plumbing in web application development with ASP.NET because this was the scenario most commonly cited.
To facilitate plumbing in other scenarios and to generally show how Genome can be used in different architectures with their peculiarities, we are going to make a similar support package available for Winforms - but with a difference: we'll distribute it with the source code. This way, you can see how Genome can be worked into various existing architectures efficiently, taking their special characteristics into account.
As of today, you'll be able to download the first iteration of a source code package for Genome Winforms extensions from the Genome Web site. The source code package for WASP will follow with Genome's next feature release, along with extended samples and documentation for Winforms support.
Visit our Tools and Samples downloads section where you can find a sample using the Northwind database to show .NET 2.0 Winforms data binding.