DevForce 2012 Windows Store Edition is Free for a Limited Time

Leverage your existing development skills and build data-rich enterprise applications for your increasingly mobile workforce. Windows Store applications run equally well on any Windows 8 device. Regularly $995, for a limited time, the new DevForce Windows Store edition is FREE.

DevForce Windows Store allows you to reach Windows 8 devices anywhere. DevForce’s impressive features make it easy to build data-rich enterprise applications that run equally well on desktops, tablets, and other mobile devices.

N-tier data access.

DevForce’s native n-tier architecture makes it easy to access your database data in a Windows Store application. You write LINQ in the client and DevForce goes across the web and returns real entities with business logic back to you. Entities are also cached on the client which avoids trips to the server and enables you to build snappy, responsive applications.

Offline support.

DevForce entities are cached on the client not just for performance, but also to enable offline execution. These entities can be saved to local storage enabling disconnected operation for extended periods of time.

Asynchronous made easy.

Call asynchronous methods without using callbacks, lambda expressions, or coroutines using new async/await keywords. DevForce makes your code easier to write, easier to read, and easier to maintain.

The latest technology.

Take advantage of the latest improvements to .NET design and development with support for Visual Studio 2012, .NET 4.5, Entity Framework 5, and NuGet.

During checkout, use COUPON CODE: Windows8
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