BlueFinity's mv.NET Solution Objects Crowned MultiValue Technology of the Year
BlueFinity International, a member of the Mpower1 Group of Companies, was crowned the winner of the International Spectrum Awards for the best new technology or solution in the MultiValue marketplace. An annual event, the International Spectrum Conference Awards are open for nominations from the worldwide MultiValue community. mv.NET Solution Objects was appointed best new technology innovation of the year by an expert panel of judges.
mv.NET provides a 100% native .NET interface to all major MultiValue database platforms allowing access to all aspects of the MultiValue system - both data and program code - from within a .NET application. Designed with both performance and flexibility in mind, mv.NET enables software designers to combine the power and flexibility of proven MultiValue technology with the feature rich .NET environment. It allows the MultiValue developer to carry out virtually all aspects of application creation from within the Visual Studio environment.
For .NET developers wishing to access MultiValue databases, mv.NET has provided strong connectivity capabilities for a number of years with its Core Objects and Adapter Objects component sets. Solution Objects adds to this capacity by introducing the ability to easily create a strongly-typed, class-based access layer to a MultiValue database. It provides the complete spectrum of features required to do this - the design tools to create the definition (entity model) of the access layer, the code generator to produce the access layer program code and the run-time support libraries.
The code generator generates .NET code modules in either C# or VB.NET allowing non-MultiValue developers to access and utilize the platform in ways which they find familiar and comfortable. This means more intuitive, readable code resulting in much faster, more effective application development and reduced on-going support costs.
mv.NET Solution Objects provides easy to use database access for developers who don't have detailed knowledge of MultiValue database technology. It enables the MultiValue database to be exposed to and accessed by the largest programming talent pool in the world - .NET Programmers - lowering the cost for projects while increasing the value of the MultiValue developer.
In line with BlueFinity's mission to provide state-of-the art Microsoft centric tool-sets, Solution Objects has been enhanced to generate access layers that are able to run within the Silverlight browser environment. This means that Silverlight applications are able to access MultiValue data via industry standard interfaces and allows the full power of Silverlight's excellent data binding technology to be used against MultiValue data.
The Solution Objects access layer handles all aspects of MultiValue database interaction within the Silverlight application in an efficient and intuitive manner. This allows the developer to focus on creating the presentation and business logic layer of the application and utilize all of the many powerful user interface features of Silverlight within their application.
"mv.NET Solution Objects sets the benchmark for mainstream developer usage of MultiValue databases. It is the only product in the market which allows developers to create a business objects projection of their MultiValue database across all of the popular MultiValue platforms," says Pete Loveless, CEO at BlueFinity International. "The key thing about Solution Objects is its ability to build a high performance, industry standard 'bridge' between the MultiValue world and the Microsoft .NET world. What we will see over the coming months from BlueFinity are more and more innovations whereby the entity model created using Solution Objects acts as the backbone for multiple application development environments, allowing developers to leverage their investment in building the entity model in multiple different ways. Visual Studio LightSwitch and mobile device support being two examples of things to look out for from us in the near future."