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BackgroundBootFX is an application framework for .NET software and is an Open Source publication of an in-house tool that we use with our clients. It has strong object-relational mapping capabilities and other application components, such as logging and UI. It has been used in many hundreds of commercial products and is one of the most established .NET application frameworks having undergone development since 2001.

BootFX.Common describes the core application components.

BootFX.DBGet describes a utility for transferring backup copies of SQL Server databases across the Web. (See BootFxDbGet for more information.)

DownloadsThe latest release of BootFX.Common is 3.2.30727.2248. Download it here.

WikiBuildingBootFxCommon - instructions on building the BootFX Common library. BootFxLibraries - breakdown of the major modules in BootFX.] Other wiki articles can be found here. SupportIf you would like support with using BootFX with your own applications, please review the information at Software Advisory Services.

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SponsorBootFX is developed and maintained by Matthew Baxter-Reynolds - review Matthew's other projects:

Topaz Filer - commercial email productivity tool .NET 247 - developer resource site Software Advisory Services - commercial and technical advice services for those investing in software solutions You can find his blog at www.mbr247.com and his Twitter feed here: @mbrit.

License, Warranty and CopyrightAll BootFX libraries and applications are provided under the Mozilla Public License 1.1. You should familiarise yourself entirely with this license before using any BootFX library or application. We particuarly draw your attention to the clause "Disclaimer of Warranty".

All BootFX libraries and applications are copyright (c) AMX Software Ltd 2009.

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