C# library that enables developers to consume the power of the Solr web service from .NET applications using the latest Microsoft technologies available.
SolrContrib will not be a C# version of Solr but a C# API that will permit you to easily consume a Solr web service from .NET applications. This project will be based on SolrSharp which has been inactive since 2007, I ported the project to Visual Studio
2010 and made minor bug fixes. Development will move forward using Visual Studio 2011.
- Windows 8 (release preview)
- Visual Studio 2011 (RC)
- Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)
- ASP.NET MVC
- Metro style application
- Desktop application
- Live SDK
- With Microsoft's emphasis on Modern C++ I've decided to write the framework using it (another learning curve..). The framework will be developed and evolve in my
PasswordMgr project; once completed (or at least at a point where it is fully functional) I plan on completing this project in C#, while the PasswordMgr (and framework) will be written in C++. This
will allow me to maintain one code set for the enterprise framework.
2012.06.02 - With the latest release of Visual Studio 2011 / Windows 8 the code would no longer compile, and when I did get it to compile, would not run. This is expected, when coding using Beta software, so I'm taking this opportunity
to start over.