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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: 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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