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What is Slazure?
Slazure is a ORM/ODM type data mapper for schema-free NoSQL databases. Slazure automatically maps between your dynamically typed code objects and a schema-free data model.
 
Why use Slazure?
Slazure is fantastic for rapid prototyping as you can change your database schema simply by changing your code. Further, Slazure lowers code maintenance costs because of its flexible and easy to evolve data model. In conclusion; you will reduce data access development time to a minimum as you don't have to worry much about the underlying database while coding.
 
What databases are supported?
Slazure support schema-free databases such as MongoDB, Microsoft Azure DocumentDB, and Microsoft Azure Table Storage.
 
License agreement
By subscribing you also agree to be legally bound to the End User License Agreement for Slazure (Personal license)
 
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