dotConnect for FreshBooks is an ADO.NET provider for working with FreshBooks data through the standard ADO.NET or Entity Framework interfaces.
Version: 1.9dotConnect for FreshBooks is an ADO.NET provider for working with FreshBooks data through the standard ADO.NET or Entity Framework interfaces.
License: Free To Try $299.95
Operating System: Windows
It allows you to easily integrate FreshBooks data into your .NET applications, and integrate FreshBooks services with widely used data-oriented technologies.dotConnect for FreshBooks has the same standard ADO.NET classes as other standard ADO.NET providers: FreshBooksConnection, FreshBooksCommand, FreshBooksDataAdapter, FreshBooksDataReader, FreshBooksParameter, etc. This allows you quickly get started with it and eliminates the need to study any FreshBooks data access specificities.
- Connecting to FreshBooks from Server Explorer
- FreshBooks Data Binding
- Perform SQL queries against your FreshBooks data. Use SQL statements to work with FreshBooks accounts, contacts, leads, contracts, products, campaigns opportunities, and other objects.
- Entity Framework Support
Version 1.9: *Visual Studio 2019 is supported
Version 1.8: *New FreshBooks API (alpha) is supported *The behavior is changed: the default value of config.QueryOptions.UseCSharpNullComparisonBehavior is true now in EF Core *The bug with SQL generation for comparing column with parameter in EF Core 2 is fixed
Version 1.7: *Entity Framework Core 2.1 is supported (Query type support, Lazy loading, the Constructor Parameter property) *The 'Include Environment Variables' and 'Json File Base Path' properties added *Entity Framework Core 2.1.1 is supported
Version 1.5: *Entity Framework Support -Entity Framework Core RC1 is supported -Entity Framework-related assemblies are renamed *Upgrade Wizard is improved for upgrading projects with the Entity Framework functionality *Compatible with other dotConnect providers
Version 1.6: *Visual Studio 2017 is supported *The Readonly connection string parameter is added to allow only reading source data (only SELECT statements) *Entity Framework Core 1.1.1 is supported