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The latest information about Siaqodb.

Siaqodb Information

Siaqodb is a high performance NoSQL object and document database engine. Written in .NET, the engine supports many platforms including .NET, Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.Mac, Unity3D, MonoMac and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) (Windows Store, Windows Phone, UWP). […]

October 9th, 2017

Xamarin Sample Project

Customer Stephen Hauck has just released an updated Siaqodb example for Xamarin Android and iOS […]

September 21th, 2017

Azure Storage Sync

Siaqodb Cloud now has official support for the Azure Storage through the Open Source AzureTable.LiteClient package […]

September 20th, 2017

Delete Nested Objects

We have just released a new version of Siaqodb (v 5.5.0.10) that supports automatic removal of nested objects […]

August 4th, 2017

Siaqodb Web Site Updates

We have just released a new version of the Siaqodb web site with some new tools that we are excited to […]

June 5th, 2017

Siaqodb Lives On!

From all of us at CCSTM Computing, we are pleased to announce the completion of our acquisition of Siaqodb! We have already completed the major transition process and now we are learning as much as we can from the Siaqodb founder, Cristi.

I wanted to write to you all to explain […]

April 26th, 2017

Moving On

After we made the bellow announcement, an US company manifested a high interest to acquire the business. The company’s representatives are .NET experts and they want to continue to develop and support Siaqodb. We are in advance discussions with them in this regard; we’ll keep you posted.

We have […]

March 26th, 2017

SiaqodbManager 5.5 released

We just released a new version of SiaqodbManager which extends its capabilities to manage also documents( within the buckets).

This functionality works if your documents are serialized in JSON format, so you can make CRUD operations directly from SiaqodbManager. Now SiaqodbManager has 2 root items in the explorer tree:

-Objects

-Documents

If you expand Objects node, you will see (as […]

June 1st, 2016

Mobile Sync for MongoDB

A few weeks ago we released Siaqodb 5.5 which allows you to sync Siaqodb with a server database like CouchDB via a WebAPI service. CouchDB has by default a very powerful built it replication system, so the implementation of the sync was quite straightforward.

Yesterday we released a new version of SiaqodbCloud service which fully […]

March 16th, 2016

Siaqodb vs RavenDB

We recently launched Siaqodb 5.5 which brings a brand new DocumentStore. Siaqodb is primarily a client side database, but it is also suitable to use it in ASP.NET applications as embedded database.

There are a lot of document oriented databases on the market like MongoDB, CouchDB, RavenDB, etc that can be used in ASP.NET apps, but […]

January 18th, 2016

Siaqodb as DocumentDB

We have just released a new bunch of bytes called Siaqodb 5.5,  which makes it a true hybrid  database engine. Siaqodb provides now a full featured DocumentStore that allows you to store Documents (concept from Document Databases ) and it can run efficient queries over stored documents.

Documents are stored in Buckets which can be seen […]

January 12th, 2016

Siaqodb 5.0 on Unity

Four years has passed since our first release on Unity and a lot of Game Studios adopted our database engine since then.

Today we released Siaqodb 5.0 assemblies also for Unity and you can store game data on 5 Unity platforms: Windows, Mac OSX, iOS, Android and WindowsStore/WindowsPhone.

We updated our documentation which provides now very […]

July 24th, 2015

Siaqodb vs SQLite

We have released recently Siaqodb 5.0 which has a new storage engine: LMDB. Besides many other things, our customers are using Siaqodb mainly because of performance. We compared Siaqodb 5.0 with SQLite and here are the results:

We’ll define first an entity to work with:

public class MyEntity
{

public int OID { get; set; }
public int IntValue { […]

July 16th, 2015

Siaqodb 5.0 is Released

We just released Siaqodb 5.0. You can download it from our website or from Nuget. We tested extensively and fixed bugs based on valuable feedback from our customers and we are pretty excited about this major release. As stated in previous blog post the main change is the storage engine and as extras (compared with Beta) we’ve […]

June 11th, 2015
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