Month: September 2019

C# – Implementing Inheritance – ASP.NET MVC with EF Core

Slowly, after handling concurrency in the ASP.NET MVC application, we are approaching the end of the video tutorial series. Implementing inheritance is the prelast one and it is actually pretty an important one as well. In the video, the following

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Book Review – Pro ASP.NET Core MVC 2

Adam Freeman has written the 7th edition of the Pro ASP.NET Core MVC 2 book. And there should really be a reason to issue the book so many times! The book itself gives my favourite way of presenting software –

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C# – Handle concurrency – ASP.NET MVC with EF Core

After updating the related data in the ASP.NET tutorial, it is time for the next step – handling concurrency in the MVC Application. These are the points, followed by the video: Learn about concurrency conflicts Add a tracking property Create

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C# – Update related data – ASP.NET MVC with EF Core

After reading complex the data, it is time to be able to update it. This video fills the following points from the ASP.NET MVC tutorial: Customize Courses pages Add Instructors Edit page Add courses to Edit page Update Delete page

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C# – Read related data – ASP.NET MVC with EF Core – Video

After creating a complex data model, now it is time to display the data, following the tutorial. The task is actually a challenging one, as far as the data display is in a way partial – in the  “Instructors” view,

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C# – Create a complex data model – ASP.NET MVC with EF Core – Video

Creating a complex data model with the previous data model in ASP.NET is actually a challenging task. The model in general looks like this: It is not “extremely” complex, but it is something bigger than the previous 3 tables that

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