#Powerful Dropbox Application Integration
#ADO.NET Provider Overview
The Dropbox ADO.NET Provider offers the most natural way to access Dropbox data from any .NET application. Simply use Dropbox Data Provider objects to connect and access data just as you would access any traditional database. You will be able to use the Dropbox Data Provider through Visual Studio Server Explorer, in code through familiar classes, and in data controls like DataGridView, GridView, DataSet, etc.
#Using the Dropbox Data Provider
The Dropbox Data Provider wraps the complexity of accessing Dropbox services in an easy-to-integrate, fully managed ADO.NET Data Provider. Applications then access Dropbox through the Dropbox Data Provider with simple Transact-SQL.
The CData ADO.NET Provider for Dropbox hides the complexity of accessing data and provides additional powerful security features, smart caching, batching, socket management, and more.
#Working with DataAdapters, DataSets, DataTables, etc.
The Dropbox Data Provider has the same ADO.NET architecture as the native .NET data providers for SQL Server and OLEDB, including: DropboxConnection, DropboxCommand, DropboxDataAdapter, DropboxDataReader, DropboxDataSource, DropboxParameter, etc. Because of this you can now access Dropbox data in an easy, familiar way.
Visual Studio Integration - Server Explorer
As an ADO.NET Data Provider, Dropbox ADO.NET Provider can be used to access and explore Dropbox data directly from the Visual Studio Server Explorer.
It's easy. As a standard ADO.NET adapter, developers can connect the Server Explorer to Dropbox ADO.NET Provider just like connecting to any standard database.
Explore all of the data available! Dropbox ADO.NET Provider makes it easy to access live Dropbox data from Visual Studio.
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