• October 15, 2019

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How to create ASP.NET Web API using multivalue .NET Provider

ASP.NET Web API is a framework that makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. ASP.NET Web API is an ideal platform for building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework.

Access NoSQL data using SQL Syntax: U2 Toolkit for .NET v2.1.0 BETA

We are running BETA Program for U2 Toolkit for .NET v2.1.0. U2 Toolkit for .NET v2.1.0 is enhanced to support Native Access. It contains multi-value ADO.NET Provider and multi-value Visual Studio Add-ins (VS2010, VS2012 and VS2013).

Dan McGrath of Rocket U2 MultiValue

Leveraging data in critical MultiValue systems

Dan McGrath shares how Rocket helps enterprises transform data into information in Database Trends and Applications magazine.

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HOW TO: Create WCF OData Service with U2 Toolkit for .NET

This quick start helps Rocket U2 Customers become familiar with WCF Data Services and the Open Data Protocol (OData) .

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U2 WCF OData service (RESTful service) for Windows Phone 8 applications

In this topic we will describe how to consume WCF oData Service in a Windows Phone 8 App.

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Rocket and Our NoSQL (MultiValue) Database Servers

Hey, have you noticed that Rocket just acquired the MultiValue databases and related products from TigerLogic?  I want to assure you that the employees and the products have found the best possible home.

The UniVerse Database: Version 11.2 released!

What do you get when you combine a NoSQL database with automatic data encryption, a fine-grained audit logging engine, account-based licensing and the ability to run SQL statements against a non-relational data store?

UniVerse v11.2 Public Beta – Linux & Windows

I’m excited to announce that Rocket is doing its first ever public beta for UniVerse v11.2. As our first public beta, this will be a learning experience for us. We will use this experience to shape how we conduct subsequent public betas.

Technology for your Small, Medium and Big Data problems

The industry is all a-buzz a-tweet with ‘Big Data’ problems. Like all good hot industry buzzwords, its exact definition is about as easy to pin down as I am after too much caffeine. It’s generally defined as deriving value from data which has volume, velocity and complexity that defy traditional methods of analysis.

Getting schema info for U2 Toolkit for .NET?

Rocketeer Rajan Kumar gives a Stack Overflow user a great answer. Check it out!