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    Get ready for the goodness inside Telerik OpenAccess ORM Q1'13

    February 18, 2013 Share
    We are releasing Q1 2013 within days and many of you have already asked what’s coming with Telerik OpenAccess ORM? That's why I've decided to shed some light on how the new version will help you achieve your goals even quicker than the previous ones.
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    Execute Database Functions with Telerik OpenAccess ORM Q3 2012

    October 15, 2012 Share
    After implementing the native 1:1 relationships support and database default values support in Q2 2012, for the next official version we are going to continue delivering new features based on your feedback. Currently the most popular item in our Public Issues Tracking System (PITS) is “Database Functions Support” so this is the winner you can expect to see in the product as early as Q3 2012, expected to be out very soon! Furthermore, you should know that we have surpassed the initial expectations for this new feature and decided to add a brand new capability to our Domain Methods - read on and learn how...
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    Telerik OpenAccess ORM Meets ASP.NET Web API

    October 09, 2012 Share
    Microsoft has recently released their latest technology helping the N-Tier development – the ASP.NET Web API framework. If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience this new platform built around the HTTP protocol, here we try to address some of the key points about Web API services as answers to the most common questions you might be already asking:  What is Web API? ASP.NET Web API is the latest platform provided by Microsoft for creating HTTP-based services.  When can I use Web API? The Web API framework is not limited to any kind of architecture. You can build REST services on top of it or...
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    Migration to Telerik OpenAccess ORM is Now Easier Than Ever

    September 28, 2012 Share
    Have you reached a point in your application where you want to rewrite some portion of the code, change a public API or even switch to one of the third party components that are widely used today? It's very likely that you've bumped into this wall like most of the developers out there and you know that usually a comprehensive evaluation of the pros and cons of the switch is required to ensure the same improvement can't be achieved with some small tweaks in the existing solution. Either way, you might end up fighting with strange issues and spending tons of time...
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    Telerik OpenAccess ORM - From your Database to a WCF Service

    September 25, 2012 Share
    After the official release of our new Add OpenAccess Service wizard you have shown some great interest in using it to shorten the efforts for creating the Web Services and start developing your N-Tier solution. As we are always trying to help you achieve your goals faster and easier, we decided to enhance our resources on the matter with two video tutorials, covering all you need to know about using the wizard for generating WCF Plain Services and WCF Data Services.   WCF Plain Services As many of you already know, for exposing your OpenAccess Domain Model through a Plain Service, we are generating a layer of Data Transfer Objects....