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WCF Data Services and the IExpandProvider by FransBouma

Yesterday, a customer ran into a weird issue with our OData/WCF Data Services support in LLBLGen Pro : when an $expand directive was given which was more than one level deep, the service would only return the first level. $expand is OData's directive...

LLBLGen Pro v4.0 feature highlights: Resultset Caching by FransBouma

This is the second post of a series about the new features in LLBLGen Pro v4.0, which was released on April 6th, 2013. Today I'd like to highlight a new major feature of the LLBLGen Pro Runtime Framework, our own ORM framework shipped with LLBLGen Pro...

LLBLGen Pro v4.0 BETA released! by FransBouma

We've released the first beta of LLBLGen Pro v4.0! We hope you all like the new features and additions we packed into this new release! To make sure stuff is truly tested in a lot of scenario's, the beta is available to all v3.x licensees. How to get...

Introducing LLBLGen Pro QuerySpec: a new fluent query API by FransBouma

In the past two months I've been busy creating a new query specification API for LLBLGen Pro . Our native query API is modeled after SQL statement fragments (like a 'predicate', a 'relationship', a 'field'), but specifying a query with it can be a little...

Video: LLBLGen Pro v3 designer and runtime framework by FransBouma

With DevExpress ' Seth Juarez I recorded a webinar / video (Length: 1:25:05) which shows the most important features of the LLBLGen Pro designer (roughly the first hour of the video) and how to use the LLBLGen Pro runtime framework with DevExpress' reporting...

(Dutch) Devnology podcast nr. 3, interview met mij nu online. by FransBouma

Devnology , de Nederlandse developer community die niet gelieerd is aan 1 specifiek platform, heeft z'n 3e podcast nu online gezet, welke volledig bestaat uit een interview met ondergetekende! De podcast duurt ong. een uur.

Linq: Beware of the 'Access to modified closure' demon by FransBouma

If you're using Linq and Resharper, you've probably seen the warning Resharper shows when you use a foreach loop in which you use the loop variable in a Linq extension method (be it on IQueryable<T> or IEnumerable<T>). In case you don't know...

Linq to LLBLGen Pro: feature highlights, part 2 by FransBouma

In the first part of this series I talked about the fact that Linq to LLBLGen Pro is a full implementation of Linq and why it's so important to use a full linq provider instead of a half-baked one. Today, I'll discuss a couple of native LLBLGen Pro features...

Linq to LLBLGen Pro: feature highlights, part 1 by FransBouma

Some people asked me what the highlights are of Linq to LLBLGen Pro , which was released this week , as it seems that Linq support is apparently growing on trees these days. In this and some future posts I'll try to sum up some of the characteristic features...

LLBLGen Pro v2.6 has been released! by FransBouma

After almost 11 months of design, development, beta testing and adding final polish, it's here: LLBLGen Pro v2.6 ! This version, which is a free upgrade for all our v2.x customers, has a couple of major new features, the biggest of course being the full...
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