NHibernate 2 Beginner's Guide
This is a beginner's guide to NHibernate that starts from ground zero. Successive chapters build upon earlier concepts, while the sample code presents various ways to accomplish typical data access tasks. Within a few chapters you have a running application using NHibernate to retrieve and store data.We examine all of the topics required to get a functional data access layer implemented by writing the least amount of code possible, presenting options along the way to handle particular edge cases or situations as they arise.When you have completed the various exercises you will have running data-bound desktop and web applications, as well as an understanding of how to implement NHibernate in your own applications. This book is for new and seasoned developers of .NET web or desktop applications who want a better way to access database data. It is a basic introduction to NHibernate, with enough information to get a solid foundation in using NHibernate. Some advanced concepts are presented where appropriate to enhance functionality or in situations where they are commonly used.
- Electronic book text | 276 pages
- 12 May 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Aaron Cure
Aaron Cure has been a developer for over fifteen years, developing web applications, Windows and web services, desktop applications, external interfaces, custom hardware, and everything in between. Many of his applications run in both Windows and Linux environments using the Mono .NET framework. He has extensive experience using multiple data access technologies, as well as knowledge of multiple database server platforms. He is a frequent contributor to open source applications, including the NHibernate Generation project he started on Sourceforge.