Developers Using the ESE Toolkit and Windows' Own Data Store To Create Apps

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This week Iiobo Ventures announced the release of the ESE Toolkit, which was created so that developers can more easily use the Windows Extensible Storage Engine (ESE). The ESE Toolkit includes a C++ and C# library of classes along with a sample app.

According to the release provided by Iiobo Ventures, the libraries included with the ESE Toolkit "provide a greater degree of abstraction, and the ability to integrate managed and unmanaged code in ESE data access. Developers can create tables and queries using standard classes and functions in C++ or C#, and take advantage of much higher performance than offered by a standard relational database."

This week Iiobo Ventures announced the release of the ESE Toolkit, which was created so that developers can more easily use the Windows Extensible Storage Engine (ESE). The ESE Toolkit includes a C++ and C# library of classes along with a sample app.

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