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  • Blog Post: Paging with "ActiveRecord for Azure" – The missing Skip()

    To get the first N of entities matching your query is really simple with the Data Services Client - you just call the Take() method on your query. But to get the next page of matches is a little more cumbersome since Skip() isn't supported . The Azure Tables way of doing this is to add the NextPartitionKey...
  • Blog Post: Stubs with “ActiveRecord for Azure”

    In a previous post I showed how to do basic CRUD operations with my sample ActiveRecord implementation for Windows Azure Tables. The attentive reader probably noticed my use of ASP.NET MVC and static methods on the entity for operations like Find and Delete. Most of the times statics like this are bad...
  • Blog Post: CRUDing with “ActiveRecord for Azure”

    In my previous blog post I introduced you to my little experiment – a sample implementation of the ActiveRecord pattern for the Windows Azure Storage system which I call “ActiveRecord for Azure”. (It’s easier to refer to something it it has a name – right?). In this post I want to elaborate a little...
  • Blog Post: Introducing “ActiveRecord for Azure”

    DISCLAIMER: This is a personal spare time experiment. The Windows Azure Storage system is very capable and will probably fit your and your application needs in a lot of scenarios. I feel that, especially Windows Azure Tables, is far too often forgotten when considering object persistence in the cloud...
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