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Introduction In this article, we will see a SaaS (multi-tenant) application developed using the following frameworks: Learn MVC Project in 7 days – Day 1. Download WebApplication1.zip Contents Complete Series Introduction As the title promises “Learn MVC in 7 days” , so this article will have 7 articles i.e. 1 article for each day.
So start reading this tutorial series with a nice Monday and become a MVC guy till the end of the week. Day 1 is kind of a warm up. After each one of these lab’s we will run through a small Q and A session where we will discuss concepts of the lab. In case for any Lab you have questions which are not answered in the Q and A please feel free to put the same in the comment box below. Entity Framework and SQL Azure. Julie Lerman April 2011 As part of Microsoft’s Azure platform, SQL Azure is your relational database in the cloud.
In fact, SQL Azure is very close to being SQL Server in the cloud except for features and functions that don’t apply to SQL Azure. This includes things like data file placement, server configuration and backups — functionality that is automatically handled for you by the service. However, one of the very important features that it does have in common is integration with Visual Studio 2010. In this walkthrough you’ll learn how to create an Entity Data Model directly from a SQL Azure database as well as create a SQL Azure database using the EDM Designer’s model-first feature.
I’ll use an existing SQL database, AdventureWorksLT2008R2, which you can get from CodePlex Microsoft Community Samples which I’ve migrated to SQL Azure and named AdventureWorksLT. Database First Modeling with SQL Azure Figure 1: Model of the AdventureWorksLT2008 Database Figure 6. Entity Framework and SQL Azure. Your First ASP.NET 5 Web App Using Visual Studio — ASP.NET documentation. In this tutorial, you’ll create a simple web app using ASP.NET 5.
The app stores data in a SQL database using Entity Framework (EF) and uses ASP.NET MVC to support the basic CRUD operations (create, read, update, delete). Using EF6 with ASP.NET MVC Core 1.0 (aka MVC 6) This week Microsoft announced that it is renaming ASP.NET 5 to ASP.NET Core 1.0.
In general I think this is a very good step. Incrementing the version number from 4 to 5 for ASP.NET gave the impression that ASP.NET 5 was a continuation of the prior version and that a clean migration path would exist for upgrading apps from ASP.NET 4 to 5. However, this did not reflect the reality that ASP.NET 5 was a completely different animal, re-written from the ground up, and that is has little to do architecturally with its predecessor. I would even go so far as to say it has more in common with node.js than with ASP.NET 4. You can download the code for this post from my Demo.AspNetCore.EF6 repository on GitHub. Entity Framework 7, however, has even less in common with its predecessor than does MVC, making it difficult for developers to figure out whether and when they might wish to make the move to the new data platform.
ASP.NET Core 1.0 CRUD Using Scaffolding And Entity Framework. Download demo - 2.7 MB Introduction.
Getting Started with building your own ASP.NET Application and Deploying to Azure · James Sturtevant. You have a great idea for a website but you don’t know where to begin?
There is a ton of free help out there to get started but that can be a bit overwhelming. I have curated a great list of free trainings from Microsoft’s Virtual Academy (MVA). MVA has hundreds of free training video’s that are created by experts such as Microsoft project leads, partners, and MVP’s. I have divided the list into various skill levels so you can jump right to the area that work’s best for you: Absolute Beginner HTML5 and CSS3 Fundamentals Over the course of 21 episodes, our friend Bob Tabor will teach you the fundamentals of HTML5 & CSS3 programming. C# Fundamentals Over the course of 25 episodes, our friend Bob Tabor, from www.LearnVisualStudio.net, teaches you the fundamentals of visual C# programming.
ASP.NET MVC 6 New Folder Structure. Introduction This article will describe the new concept which is introduced in ASP.NET 5.
ASP.NET 5 introduces a few concepts that didn’t exist in the previous versions of ASP.NET. Rather than working with web.config, packages.config, and a variety of project properties stored in the .csproj/.vbproj file, developers can now work with specific files and folders devoted to specific purposes. New Folder Structure.
Implementing Entity Framework with MVC: (01) Introduction to Entity Framework