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Karvonite Persistence Framework Now Supports XNA
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Kurt Jaegers
Posted 2007-02-13 5:55 PM (#97)
Subject: Karvonite Persistence Framework Now Supports XNA


We have received word from the folks over at that their free .Net Persistence Framework now has support for both XNA and the .Net Compact Framework, including the XBox 360.  From the site:

Karvonite is a FREE persistence framework with a propietary data storage engine for the .NET Framework 2 and it focuses on the manipulation and persistence. This technology provides a new direction for how small to midsize applications can store and deploy data. Karvonite is not an O/R mapping tool for a very good reason. There is no relational world to map to. In Karvonite, object data is persisted to an object library.

Karvonite persistence framework is well-suited for applications where XML files or .NET serialization features are not enough and the horsepower of a SQL engine is unnecessary.

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