People are asking questions about the new MVSP connectivity from TigerLogic. I’ll try to answer some of them here. This isn’t intended to be an exhaustive comparison, just an attempt to clarify where this option fits.
This became a topic of discussion in the U2 forum recently and I thought I’d post some brief comments here about how I approach this topic with client code that interfaces to the MV DBMS.
If you use mv.NET you may be interested in a collection of extension methods that I’ve created to streamline my own development. By packaging common functions in a separate library, I’m not only making it easier to re-use them across all projects, but I’m giving myself a set of standards o follow, making maintenance easier, [...]
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I’m going to post a few articles to describe various facets of mv.NET, both for people who have never seen it as well as for those who are using it. I’ll start here with info about webinars, a video, and some info about the “big picture”.
Recent comments in comp.databases.pick on re-working KEXI for MV reminded me: we’re getting close to being able to use the Visual Studio Server Explorer with a Pick/MV back-end.
Many people who use mv.NET on a daily basis still haven’t used some of the more sophisticated features. mv.NET is not just a communications tool, not simply a commercial equivalent to UO.NET or QMClient. It’s a rich development platform that is in a constant state of evolution. v4.2 takes the product one step further on [...]
In a recent U2 forum thread, difficulties were documented about moving data directly between SQL Server and Unidata. This thread is just like many others there and in other forums. The question is always about issues with direct connections between environments. I posted a blog here in August 2009 where the question was about TAPI [...]
I just found out that BlueFinity International is hosting a webinar today at 3pm Eastern time to profile Solution Objects, which is an amazing new component of mv.NET. I’ll invite you to their session, but with tongue firmly in cheek I’ll ask you not to buy anything from them.
Twitter originally decided how we wanted search results sorted. Then they redecided. How about letting Us decide? https://t.co/lH6xGxTJro