Posts Tagged ‘DevExpress’

DXCore Services – XPO

November 11th, 2010 Comments off

The XPO service is dedicated for the eXpress Persistent Object object-relational mapping tool from DevExpress. At the moment, it contains only a single method IsPersistent(TypeDeclaration type), which returns true if the passed type has a Persistent attribute and/or descends from XPObject, XPBaseObject or XPCustomObject, and the class does not include a NonPersistent attribute.

In the future this service is going to be extended with additional useful methods and properties.

Products: DXCore
Versions: 10.1 and up
VS IDEs: any
Updated: Nov/11/2010
ID: D032

DevExpress community, forums and blogs

June 18th, 2010 Comments off

You can access the DevExpress Forums at:

Please note that these forums are peer-to-peer in nature. DevExpress does not offer any formal support in any of its forums. Support is available using the Support Center and by writing to support team at: Of course, DevExpress team members will be monitoring these forums and assisting users where applicable.

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DevExpress IDE tools licensing

June 15th, 2010 Comments off

DevExpress licences are provided on a per-developer basis. With this license, the developer can install any product on any machines, e.g. a primary machine in the office and a portable/laptop at home. You can continue to use products which you have licensed and paid for as long as you require. When a subscription expires, it simply means that you will no longer be issued any product updates or new product releases but you can continue using the version you obtained.

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DevExpress Visual Studio productivity tools

June 14th, 2010 2 comments

DevExpress engineers feature-complete visual components and IDE Tools productivity add-ins for Visual Studio.NET. IDE Tools are intended to boost your overall coding performance and make coding enjoyable and fun inside Visual Studio. These tools are capable of improving the development environment from the inside out Рbringing you new ways to look at code, new ways to generate code, new ways to navigate through code, new ways to refactor your code and new ways to create your own extensions to your development environment.

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