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ID: 16269, AdFrame Engine - the persistence framework

by Volker R%F6ppischer Email: Anonymous

AdFrame Engine is a fastt persistence Engines for object-orientated applications. With AdFrame Engine the technology gap between object-orientated programming and non object-orientated datasources can be bridged and an efficient infrastructure for object management realized.
This release can be used til 14 October 2001.
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Storing objects in non object-orientated datasources requires the programming of complex mapping-algorithms, which can represent up to half the source code. The development time and costs increase drastically while the applications quality sinks. With AdFrame Engine the development process can move away from the object persistence and infrastructure, and towards the development kernel: the business components. Applications can be developed up to 50% faster, are easier to maintain and develop further, and run faster and more stably. The software developer is freed from aspects of data storage, database architecture, object management, object caching etc. without a compromise in the capabilities of object-orientated programming such as polymorphy, inheritance and RTTI.

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