Karvonite - Agile .NET Persistence Framework

Friday, November 02, 2007

Announcing November 2007 Karvonite CTP Release

We're excited to announce the availability of November 2007 CTP version for Karvonite. The latest version is now available for download at http://www.karvonite.com

Cheers,
The AdventurerLand Team

2 Comments:

  • Very interesting! This product was to be more famous.

    I think you should write an article in the www.codeproject.com, with an example code.

    I have three questions:

    1 - Is there an easy way to implement Undo-Redo capabilities in the Karvonite Framework?

    2 - Have you made any tests of performance and size of files (example: XML vs Karvonite)?

    3 - Karvonite seems to be more interesting and powerful than db4o (a comercial and older product). How does Karvonite compare with db4o?

    By Blogger jeorane d, at 3:13 PM  

  • 1 - Is there an easy way to implement Undo-Redo capabilities in the Karvonite Framework?
    Undo/redo is an interesting feature. We thought about it and it could be a future addition. But we've to study a lot more if it is viable.

    2 - Have you made any tests of performance and size of files (example: XML vs Karvonite)?
    Karvonite stores object data in separate slots in xml format. However classes and data member names are mapped as numeric Ids which saves a lot of space. Moreover, Karvonite only rewrites changed objects. When you write a XML file you must rewrite all the file again.


    3 - Karvonite seems to be more interesting and powerful than db4o (a comercial and older product). How does Karvonite compare with db4o?
    I don't know much about db40. However Karvonite is good for desktop apps but does not provide multiuser features.

    Regards

    By Blogger Diego Hernán Cánepa, at 4:26 PM  

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