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New in ADO.NET Data Providers, Entity Developer, and LinqConnect: .NET and EF Core support implementation, and more

Devart dotConnect line of products has received a significant update that brings long-awaited .NET 5, 6 and 7 support.

New in ADO.NET Data Providers, Entity Developer, and LinqConnect: Numerous Features and Fixes

Devart dotConnect line of products has received a significant update, making it even more compatible with the latest development environments.

Strategies for Versioning RESTful APIs in ASP.NET 6

Consider a scenario where you already have an API live and being used by users. Let's assume you want to enhance existing API capabilities while maintaining existing functionality. While some users may still use the older API, others prefer a version with new or improved features. So, you need a way to build and manage multiple versions of your APIs. This strategy is also known as API versioning.

dbForge Compare Bundle vs Visual Studio Diff Tools: Which One Compares Databases Better?

Identification and management of differences in database objects and actual data is an indispensable part of database management. Without a doubt, you want it...

dbForge Source Control versus Visual Studio Version Control: What’s Different?

Having a database under source control brings huge benefits. Therefore, we decided to review and compare two popular version control tools, dbForge Source Control...

Compare and Find Data Differences Between Two Tables in SQL Server with SSIS and dbForge Tools

Systems often work with distributed databases that contain distributed tables. Distribution is supported by various mechanisms, including replication. In this case, it is...

Visual Studio 2019 Updates Summary

On the 2nd of April, Visual Studio 2019 has been presented with all its new features on the official release event. While we streamed...

Visual Studio 2019 Support in LINQ Insight 3.7 and T4 Editor 1.0.10

Devart is glad to announce the release of the LINQ Insight 3.7, our design-time LINQ debugger and profiling add-on for Visual Studio, and T4...

Visual Studio 2019 Support in Devart .NET Connectivity Solutions!

Devart is glad to announce the release of the new versions of dotConnect ADO.NET data providers, LinqConnect - our LINQ to SQL-compatible ORM solution,...

Review Assistant and Code Compare Now Support Visual Studio 2019

When preparing the release of updated Review Assistant and Code Compare versions, our main objective was to support new Visual Studio 2019. In Code Compare,...

Visual Studio 2019 RC4 Support in Devart .NET Connectivity Solutions!

Devart is glad to announce support for Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate 4 in dotConnect ADO.NET data providers for databases and cloud apps,...

Integrate SQL Complete into Visual Studio 2019!

Please welcome a new version of dbForge SQL Complete 6.1 with support for Visual Studio 2019, new command line interface and tunable Summary Panel. Visual...

Visual Studio 2019 Launch

On April 2, 2019, Microsoft will officially upgrade their highly ubiquitous IDE, Visual Studio, to a new version – Visual Studio 2019. We are happy...

Tidy SQL with SQL Complete

In this article, we will talk about how to keep SQL code clean and highly readable. We will also discuss how to stop suffering...

New version of add-in that can replace native Intellisense for SSMS is available!

When working on the new version of SQL Complete, we were focused on the idea of providing the most needed functionality to our users....

SQL Complete: Parsing performance improved!

SQL Complete allows developers to use IntelliSense when they write SQL queries in SQL Server Management Studio. The tool will tell you the exact formatting you should use for your SQL commands while you are writing them and will therefore help you write fast, perfectly formatted SQL statements.

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