"Combining what I like of Entity Framework with what I like of MongoDB, MongoFramework is a wrapper of the official MongoDB C# Driver which makes it look and act a lot more like Entity Framework. There are some really cool bits that MongoFramework brings to the table including diff-updates (only write changes), changeset support, navigation properties and mapping of entities via attributes. While it is currently a wrapper for the official MongoDB C# Driver, the plan is to eventually rebuild that infrastructure in a more easy-to-extend way and removing dependency of the official driver."
Creator website: https://www.turnersoftware.com.au
Client/employer: Turner Software
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