With Q3 2010 OpenAccess ORM will introduce some much requested, by the community, features and offer a new and innovative way for developers to get started and learn how to use the tool faster. Here are some of the highlights:
After Q3 2010 users will be able to use spatial types, such as the geography type, in their projects and map to data that is stored in the form of coordinates and topology.
LINQ 2 SQL Converter
The new version of OpenAccess ORM will also let people easily convert old LINQ 2 SQL projects to OpenAccess ones and take advantage of the ORM’s extended functionality.
OpenAccess ORM SDK
In addition with Q3 2010 we will introduce a new OpenAccess SDK that will feature ORM code samples that users will be able to run locally on their machines. The OpenAccess SDK will include the new series of examples for using OpenAccess in N-tier scenarios. It will also provide access to helpful resources, through the getting started portal which will feature selected articles, videos and demos.
New Fluent API features
The new version of OpenAccess ORM will feature an updated version of the Fluent API, introduced with the previous release, which will include:
Make sure to register for the What’s New in RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX, Extensions for MVC and OpenAccess ORM webinar for a chance to win a Telerik Premium Collection (worth $1299):
Monday, November 15, 11 am Eastern Time: Register here>>
Monday, November 15, 10 pm Eastern Time: Register here>>
You can also register for some of the other webinars dedicated to the release and learn about all the major new features that ship with the Q3 2010 release. Book your seat for a chance to win a Telerik Premium Collection (worth $1299), a WebUI Test Studio Bundle ($2999) and a TeamPulse License for 10 users ($2490).
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