Realm extends commitment for Microsoft .Net mobile platform

Realm extends commitment for Microsoft .Net mobile platform

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Realm extends their mobile data platform’s abilities for the .NET developer ecosystem.

Christian Hargrave

11/21/2017 1:09:46 PM

11/21/2017 1:09:46 PM

Realm extends commitment for Microsoft .Net mobile platform

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Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017 by
Christian Hargrave, Assignment Editor


Realm extends commitment for Microsoft .Net mobile platform

Realm has announced Realm .NET, a comprehensive initiative to make it easier for Microsoft developers to build real-time, responsive mobile apps. Making Realm increasingly compatible with the modern Microsoft stack, Realm .NET extends the company’s mobile data platform to the .NET developer ecosystem and Universal Windows Platform, extending Realm’s long-standing support for Microsoft technologies including the Xamarin mobile framework, Win32 API, and Microsoft Azure.

“Developers using Microsoft’s C# and .NET technologies are the fastest growing segment in the Realm community over the last six months, more than doubling the growth of comparable stacks,” said Alexander Stigsen, co-founder and CEO, Realm. “This impressive growth, coupled with the popularity of the .NET stack, made it an easy decision for Realm to further our commitment to Microsoft technologies to make developing and supporting responsive and engaging mobile applications easy for any company, from startups to Fortune 100 market leaders.”

Realm .NET further extends support for .NET with three additional features:

  • Support for .NET, including C#, within Realm’s server-side event-handling framework
  • Support for the Universal Windows Platform within Realm’s real-time synchronization and data encryption technology
  • A two-way data connector between Realm and Microsoft SQL Server, making it easy to integrate applications and features into existing databases, thereby bringing legacy business data to the world of real-time and mobile.

































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