Devart gladly presents the new versions of ADO.NET data providers that now
offer users support for Visual Studio 11 Beta and Entity Framework 5.0 Beta
dotConnect ADO.NET providers are a great example of well-balanced database
connectivity solutions, built over ADO.NET architecture, that support Entity
Framework and LinqConnect ORM solutions.
With the new versions of Devart data providers users can now create
application, targeting Windows 8 in the newest version of the Microsoft IDE.
Designing ORM models in Entity Developer became even more convenient and
intuitive with possibility to copy, cut, and paste conceptual model objects
on diagrams and in Model Explorer.
Pricing and availability
To download and try out the new features of dotConnect ADO.NET providers
visit the dot Connect for PostgreSQL 5.80
To provide feedback on the new versions, you can do it in our forums or with
contact form. There is also a feedback form in the support zone of every
product. Devart is always glad to hear users' comments and take into account
their development needs.
Devart is a widely recognized provider of database connectivity solutions
and tools for the most popular databases, including MS SQL Server, MySQL,
Oracle, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird and SQLite.
Since 1998, Devart has been focused on the development of native database
data access solutions, development and database tools for a wide range of
databases and development technologies. Now, Devart solutions provide the
fastest data access available on the market and the broadest database
support to many thousands of industry professionals.
For additional information about Devart, visit the official web site.
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