IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core 7.5.4

.NET Framework 4.5
dotnet add package IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core --version 7.5.4
NuGet\Install-Package IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core -Version 7.5.4
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<PackageReference Include="IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core" Version="7.5.4" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core --version 7.5.4
#r "nuget: IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core, 7.5.4"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core&version=7.5.4

// Install IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core&version=7.5.4

DevForce takes care of your application's infrastructure-the gap between your data-layer and client-layer where the difficult job of turning raw data into business objects and moving them to and from the client's screen takes place. DevForce fills this gap so you don't have to. Instead of building, maintaining, revising, and defending your application's infrastructure; you can focus on what you do best-application development.

DevForce implements end-to-end n-tier architecture by exposing a generic web service on the server that takes a LINQ expression and returns business objects to the client over the internet.

Write LINQ queries on the client and get back business objects with your own custom business logic-just like working with a 2-tier or client-server application.

DevForce handles all the n-tier WCF communications, serialization, and marshaling for you.

Learn more at www.ideablade.com.

Product Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.
.NET Framework net45 is compatible.  net451 was computed.  net452 was computed.  net46 was computed.  net461 was computed.  net462 was computed.  net463 was computed.  net47 was computed.  net471 was computed.  net472 was computed.  net48 was computed.  net481 was computed. 
Silverlight sl5 is compatible. 
Universal Windows Platform uap was computed.  uap10 is compatible.  uap10.0 was computed. 
Windows Phone wp8 is compatible.  wp81 was computed. 
Windows Store netcore451 is compatible. 
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NuGet packages (6)

Showing the top 5 NuGet packages that depend on IdeaBlade.DevForce.Core:

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iRely.Common

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IdeaBlade.Cocktail

Punch is a blend of three popular frameworks: Caliburn.Micro + DevForce + Entity Framework. Line of business applications need to query and save database data, model the data as objects with business logic, and present those objects to the end user. Punch takes care of these fundamental responsibilities with loosely coupled, open source, and industry-leading components that are designed for change.

IdeaBlade.DevForce.Server

DevForce takes care of your application's infrastructure-the gap between your data-layer and client-layer where the difficult job of turning raw data into business objects and moving them to and from the client's screen takes place. DevForce fills this gap so you don't have to. Instead of building, maintaining, revising, and defending your application's infrastructure; you can focus on what you do best-application development. DevForce implements end-to-end n-tier architecture by exposing a generic web service on the server that takes a LINQ expression and returns business objects to the client over the internet. Write LINQ queries on the client and get back business objects with your own custom business logic-just like working with a 2-tier or client-server application. DevForce handles all the n-tier WCF communications, serialization, and marshaling for you. Learn more at www.ideablade.com.

IdeaBlade.DevForce.Compat

DevForce takes care of your application's infrastructure-the gap between your data-layer and client-layer where the difficult job of turning raw data into business objects and moving them to and from the client's screen takes place. DevForce fills this gap so you don't have to. Instead of building, maintaining, revising, and defending your application's infrastructure; you can focus on what you do best-application development. DevForce implements end-to-end n-tier architecture by exposing a generic web service on the server that takes a LINQ expression and returns business objects to the client over the internet. Write LINQ queries on the client and get back business objects with your own custom business logic-just like working with a 2-tier or client-server application. DevForce handles all the n-tier WCF communications, serialization, and marshaling for you. Learn more at www.ideablade.com.

IdeaBlade.DevForce.Aop

DevForce takes care of your application's infrastructure-the gap between your data-layer and client-layer where the difficult job of turning raw data into business objects and moving them to and from the client's screen takes place. DevForce fills this gap so you don't have to. Instead of building, maintaining, revising, and defending your application's infrastructure; you can focus on what you do best-application development. DevForce implements end-to-end n-tier architecture by exposing a generic web service on the server that takes a LINQ expression and returns business objects to the client over the internet. Write LINQ queries on the client and get back business objects with your own custom business logic-just like working with a 2-tier or client-server application. DevForce handles all the n-tier WCF communications, serialization, and marshaling for you. Learn more at www.ideablade.com.

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Version Downloads Last updated
7.5.4 1,039 1/12/2022
7.5.3 14,716 6/11/2019
7.5.2 2,981 7/9/2018
7.5.2-rc 1,146 3/5/2018
7.5.1 10,073 7/5/2017
7.5.0 1,760 4/7/2017
7.4.0 355,867 3/31/2016
7.3.0 7,567 7/8/2015
7.2.6 2,931 3/16/2015
7.2.5 2,810 1/16/2015
7.2.4 3,755 8/5/2014
7.2.3 2,410 5/27/2014
7.2.2 3,717 10/28/2013
7.2.1 2,761 8/13/2013
7.2.0 62,743 7/9/2013
7.1.2 2,635 4/30/2013
7.1.1 3,734 3/27/2013
7.1.0 4,627 2/25/2013
7.0.3 2,754 12/19/2012
7.0.2 4,180 11/2/2012
7.0.1-beta1 2,010 10/5/2012
7.0.0-beta1 1,869 9/20/2012