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Is the .netTiers framework worth investing time into?

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To expand my question.

We are a small development team with 2 .net developers, one wants to use .netteirs (http://www.codesmithtools.com/features/frameworks.aspx#nettiers) and the other microsofts n-teir framework.

Can anyone offer insight or point me in the right direction into what framewrok is:
1. Most common
2. Best practice
2. Best for web applications

 Thank you for your time
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Anurag Thakur earned 250 total points
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in my opinion for a team size of 2 i will not bother using a third party tool as i will be spending a lot of time and effort in customizing the third party tool for my needs

in your case the best approach will be design the framework around Microsoft n-tier and then implement it
3 tier approach is the best for web applications in which you have presentation layer, a business layer and a data layer
the presentation layer should be thinnest possible and all the processing and business logic should be in the business layer
i think that this is one of the best practices in the industry - in my view point but view points can differ
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