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Object Data Model

Object data model (ODM) is a term used to describe the process of storing information about an object. This can include its properties, methods, and related data such as images or audio files. ODM allows developers to easily retrieve this information from databases without having to write code for each item they need access to. By using ODM, developers can focus on creating new features instead of writing repetitive queries every time they need to access data.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Object Data Model

SMBs can benefit from using object data models as it saves time by making their applications easier to maintain. It also makes their apps more flexible since developers don't have to write custom code when adding new functionality or changing existing functionality within those apps. Businesses can create more products because they don't have to spend as much time developing.

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