Monthly Archives: December 2013

SimpleLookups 1.2 Released

Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.2. This version includes the following changes:

New Features:
– Get a list of lookup values based on a code or a list of codes.
– Remove a list of lookup values based on a code or a list of codes.

Changed Features:
– The methods “GetActive” and “GetAll” are deprecated and are replaced by a single method called “Get”. An activeOnly flag is passed in to the method.

The next release will be v1.5, and it will contain code structure changes and some other changes, namely the ability to configure SimpleLookups through app.config/web.config files.

As typical, a few links for the lazy:
Getting Started with SimpleLookups

Download SimpleLookups 1.2
View Source Code (BitBucket)
View Complete SimpleLookups v1.2 API Documentation

SimpleLookups 1.1 Released

Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.1, which is a small change to the library that is taking the world by storm. (Disclaimer: May not be as popular as advertised.)

This version includes a couple of small API changes, as well as a couple new methods.

New Features:
– Get a list of lookup values based on a list of ids.
– Remove a list of lookup values based on a list of ids.

Changed Features:
– The method “GetById” is now called “Get”.
– The API will now return IList instead of List.

A few links for the lazy:
Getting Started with SimpleLookups

Download SimpleLookups 1.1
View Source Code (BitBucket)
View Complete SimpleLookups v1.1 API Documentation

SimpleLookups 1.0 Released

Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.0, which is a project that I’ve been wanting to release for a long time. This is a small .NET 2.0+ library that is designed to make “lookup” values easy to retrieve from a SQL Server database.

Edit: The tutorial is now here: Tutorial

Download SimpleLookups 1.0
View Source Code (BitBucket)
View Complete SimpleLookups v1.0 API Documentation