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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


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We have received word from the folks over at http://www.karvonite.com 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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