SoftFluent Announces the Release of CodeFluent Entities for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013

CodeFluent Entities allows developers to generate components such as scripts (e.g., T-SQL, PL/SQL, My SQL, PgSQL), code (e.g., C#, VB), web services (e.g. WCF, JSON/REST) and UIs (e.g., Windows 8, ASP.NET, SharePoint, WPF, Silverlight). The code generation process is ‘model-first’ and continuous: from your declarative model, a meta-model will be inferred which code generators will then translate into code. Over 20 code generators (a.k.a. ‘producers’) are provided ‘out of the box’ and that can be combined to obtain your own application following your desired architecture, using your desired technologies.

Since your application development is driven from this model, your business logic is decoupled from the technology and allows you to absorb changes faster and smoother: apply changes in your model to update all your layers consistently or add/switch technology by changing your used code generators. CodeFluent Entities is designed for the .NET platform and empowers users to streamline developments on major Microsoft platforms and technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server 2005 to 2012, C#, VB.NET, WCF, ASP.NET, WPF, Windows 8, Microsoft SharePoint, Windows Azure SQL Database, third-party databases and more.

“Aligning to Visual Studio 2013, as well as what we did for Visual Studio 2012, we are confirming our commitment to the Microsoft developer community to help them keep up with the quick innovation pace,” said Daniel Cohen-Zardi, SoftFluent Chief Executive Officer. “CodeFluent Entities helps you generate both .NET and WinJS/HTML 5 applications with a consistent approach.”

Read the full Press Release here.



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