See how leading hearing device supplier, Siemens Audiology, made quick work of
boilerplate code and put an end to manually implementing INotifyPropertyChanged.
When the team at Siemens Audiology was tasked with building a new WPF implementation for two of its leading hearing system software applications, a big challenge was to find a way to save coding time for developers implementing ViewModels while increasing code readability. The team chose PostSharp and saved 15% development time plus improved code readability by removing unwanted boilerplate code.
Siemens Audiology, a business unit of Siemens Sector Healthcare, develops and distributes hearing devices to hearing care professionals worldwide.
The company wanted to provide its customers (hearing care professionals) an improved experience with its hearing system scanning and fitting software. To do so they needed to deliver cleaner, easier to maintain applications.
Developers used PostSharp to build a number of aspects to cover ViewModel, Threading, and Localization use cases.
- Saved development by 15% within their presentation layer
- Relieved team having to write boilerplate or infrastructure code
- Team members completed features faster
- Fewer errors/bugs by automating appropriate PropertyChanged events
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