ADO.NET is a set of classes that expose data access services for .NET Framework programmers. ADO.NET provides a rich set of components for creating distributed, data-sharing applications. It is an integral part of the .NET Framework, providing access to relational, XML, and application data. ADO.NET supports a variety of development needs, including the creation of front-end database clients and middle-tier business objects used by applications, tools, languages, or Internet browsers.

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  1. Walraven, Stefan; Truyen, Eddy; Joosen, Wouter: Comparing PaaS offerings in light of SaaS development. A comparison of PaaS platforms based on a practical case study (2014) ioport
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  3. Kornatka, Artur: Generating of business database application elements (2012) ioport
  4. Kennedy, Sean; Stewart, Robert; Jacob, Paul; Molloy, Owen: StoRHm: A protocol adapter for mapping SOAP based web services to RESTful HTTP format (2011) ioport
  5. Shankarapani, Madhu K.; Sulaiman, Anthonius; Mukkamala, Srinivas: Fragmented malware through RFID and its defenses (2009) ioport
  6. Zhu, Le-Qing; Zhang, San-Yuan; Ye, Xiu-Zi: Implementing VLPR systems based on TMS320DM642 (2007)
  7. Blakeley, José A.; Campbell, David; Muralidhar, S.; Nori, Anil: The ADO.NET entity framework: Making the conceptual level real. (2006) ioport
  8. Cherkasova, P. G.; Novikov, B. A.: Seamless design: impedance mismatch revisited (2006)
  9. Eckert, Christoph; Pfefferle, Andreas: ADO.NET and the .NET-platform (2003)
  10. Chand, Mahesh: A programmer’s guide to ADO.NET in C# (2002)
  11. Vaughn, William R.; Blackburn, Peter: ADO.NET examples and best practices for C# programmers. Incl. 1 CD-ROM (2002)