DocumentDataProvider – Creating a custom LINQ to Umbraco Tree

This article covers part of the DocumentDataProvider from the LINQ to Umbraco Extensions project.
OverviewWhen you create a custom LINQ to Umbraco data provider there are a number of classes which you need to implement, this article will look at how to…

This article covers part of the DocumentDataProvider from the LINQ to Umbraco Extensions project. OverviewWhen you create a custom LINQ to Umbraco data provider there are a number of classes which you need to implement, this article will look at how to implement the Tree<T> class. But what is the point of the Tree<T> class for? The class is responsible for most of the heavy lifting for a particular type. The Tree<T> object is actually what is returned when you access a collection from the UmbracoDataContext that you generate from the code generator.
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