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KitaroDB 1.0 for WinRT, Win32 and .NET Now Available

It’s been 6 weeks since the launch of Visual Studio 2012 for the developer community, and the pre-release of KitaroDB v0.8.  I’m happy to announce that our full product is now available for download.

In addition to the WinRT environment, KitaroDB now has APIs for both Win32 and the .NET CLR. The only requirement for development is Visual Studio 2010, though for proper deployment, clients will need the Visual Studio 2010 C Runtime libaries and the .NET Framework 4.0 (for the .NET version, of course).

Some cool updates are also included in the package, most important of which is additional support for intrusive keys. You can now have up to 255 keys defined in any given data file, and we also support segmented keys. We feel this is a real win for developers, who can now use the same database system to store data in the format that best fits any given situation: use the key-value pair capabilities when saving data retrieved through a web service, or use the key mechanisms when a more rigid structure of the data makes the most sense.

We’re looking forward to seeing how KitaroDB gets put to further use, so be sure to check in with us on Facebook or Twitter, and let us know how things are going…