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Nth Penguin Releases WebWidgetry Data Services

The First Step to Making SOA based RIA Development A No Brainer

Nth Penguin has released WW.DataServices to the public and is available for immediate download at: www.nthpenguin.com

WW.DataServices, the first system of the WebWidgetry engine, removes all the work from accessing your data. You simply point it to a database location, push a button, and it generates everything for you.

WW.DataServices includes:

  • A Complete Active Record based, server side Data Access Layer (DAL.)
  • An extensive Web Service layer that supports standard SOAP/XML as well as enhanced JSON methods designed to make it easier to consume data within an AJAX application.
  • Visual Studio integrated tools designed to make it even easier to create a WebWidgetry application.

For more information on Nth Penguin contact Wiliam Roberts, william.roberts@nthpenguin.com at Nth Penguin.

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