This is the ninth in a series of posts on LINQ an the AutoCAD .NET API. Here’s a complete list of posts in this series.
This is part 9 of LINQ and the AutoCAD .NET API. Today we want to do some refactoring to get a nicer API.
At the moment our main entry point to our API is the GeneralHelper class. GeneralHelper is not really a good name for an API class. The purpose of the GeneralHelper class is to provide access to the database of the current document, so maybe something like Database would be a better name. Continue reading