.NET Core 2.0 brings a lot of improvements to the system, and it brings a lot of pain to the developers as well. I had a lot of problems upgrading .NET Core 1.x apps to .NET Core 2.0; I yet have to feel the promise it makes about performance and so, but let us see how to upgrade our existing applica
In this article, we will see how to use entity framework in our Applications, developed through the various languages that Visual Studio allows us to use. The examples in this article and probably in the next, will be C # used under WinForms, but - as mentioned - this choice is not going to affect a
There are lots of ways to implement Uniqueness or Unique Key attribute on a model property other than primary key, but here I am going to discuss two possible best and easiest ways to do so in two parts of these series. This is Part 2.
This is an introductory article about creating an Odata Rest API in collaboration with Entity Framework. We are also going to use Autofac as our IOC container. Also, Repository and Unit of Work pattern will be used for cleaner access of persistence model through our ORM (Entity Framework).
When an application suffers from performance problems, it’s common to assume the database is at fault. Ben Emmett examines why this often isn’t the case, and shows how you can dig into a .NET application’s use of SQL Server with ANTS Performance Profiler.
In this article, I’m going to show you how you can continue using EF Code First to model your database, while also using ReadyRoll to do the actual deployment of T-SQL change scripts and overcome the challenges of the Code First approach.
There are lots of ways to implement Uniqueness or Unique Key attribute on a model property other than primary key, but here I am going to discuss two possible best and easiest ways to do so into two parts of this series. This is Part 1.
Anytime you are developing a project using Entity Framework, you need to create a DataLayer class accessing each object within your model with different methods. This generator will do this stuff for you.
Part 1 of 3 in a series of articles about generating SQL from an XML file format. This part describes the background to the project and talks about the development of the file format and an XSD schema.
A self-diagnostics page that runs through your web.config and confirms all the settings are correct, is a quick and easy way to identify environment problems after configuration change or production deployment.
Entity Framework is world’s most difficult ORM for n-tier application. See how I have produced a 100% unit testable fully n-tier compliant data access layer following the repository pattern using Entity Framework.
This article presents the techniques and caveats of building a 3-tire Azure hosted application using Silverlight 3 (presentation tier), .NET RIA services (business logic and data access), and Windows Azure Table (data storage).
This series describes how to create modern desktop applications using the Microsoft Desktop Stack -- WPF, Entity Framework 4, and SQL Server Compact Edition 4. The series covers creating a WPF app designed around the MVVM pattern, integrating WPF with Entity Framework 4, using Entity Framework 4.
In today's world, application requirements are changing and software is constantly evolving. The Managed Extensibility Framework is a one stop solution for most business problems we solve in our day to day life. Applications targeting MEF can easily adopt to changes in business elegantly.
I've been recently working on a smart client (WinForms) application backed by Entitiy Framework 4 (EF4) on Visual Studio 2010. In this blog post I will try to give you some tips regarding some limitations and points to be careful about EF4.
One of the most popular questions is whether there exists a method which will automatically decide whether to insert, update or delete entity in the Entity-Framework. Now it is possible with EntityGraphOperations library.