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Database First Fluent Models with a Single Click
We've been working on a lightweight code generation tool for Telerik Data Access. Here is a sneak peek at what's ahead.
November 11, 2015
Benefits of Code-Only Mapping and How to Get Them
The Data Access Visual Studio integration surely saved you time and effort while you were developing your data access layer. Now you need an easy-to-maintain configuration that will help you during the next stages of your application's lifecycle. Check out how to achieve it with the Data Access NuGet packages and code-only mapping.
May 15, 2015
Telerik Data Access Deployment DOs and DON’Ts
There is a time in every application's lifecycle, when it has to meet its users and at that point everything has to be perfect. Find out what are the common pitfalls to avoid and the generally recommended setup when deploying applications using Telerik Data Access.
August 05, 2014
Generate a Serializable Data Access Layer with Telerik Data Access
Have a look at the new code generation capability of Q2 2014 of Telerik Data Access. Now all the actions required for your model to become Serializable are automated under a checkbox in Model Settings.
June 27, 2014
Boost your Data Layer Performance using Bulk Select with Telerik Data Access
A high-performance approach for filtering data based on a set of values is the usage of the IN () clause on the database server. To utilize it, Telerik Data Access offers you its Bulk Select capabilities accessible even through LINQ statements. This demo will show you how easily you can use it in your code.
June 04, 2014
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