ASP.NET, MVC, EF 4.0 and .NET Articles in November 2010 and Author of the Month
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Abstract: ASP.NET, MVC, EF 4.0 and .NET articles round up for the month of November 2010 and announcing Author of the Month
Last month we had announced a new section that gives a roundup of the articles written during that month and also started our ‘Author of the Month’ award. This is our last post for November and it's time for another round up!
Our Author of the Month is Suprotim Agarwal for writing in-depth articles on Entity Framework 4.0 on DotNetCurry.com. Here’s an article roundup for the month of November 2010.
Articles on ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC 3
Using the Model Keyword in Razor - ASP.NET MVC 3 Beta - The following article demonstrates how to use the @model directive to use strongly typed views in the Razor view engine
Using the ViewStart Page in ASP.NET MVC 3 Beta - The following article demonstrates how to use the ViewStart page in Razor
Session-less Controllers in ASP.NET MVC 3 RC - The following article demonstrates the new session-less controllers in ASP.NET MVC 3 RC
ReCaptcha Web Helper in ASP.NET MVC 3 RC - The following article demonstrates how to use the ReCaptcha web helper in ASP.NET MVC 3 RC
Paging in ASP.NET using jTemplate, jQuery & JSON - This article demonstrates how to apply paging in jTemplate in ASP.NET using jQuery and JSON.
Articles on Entity Framework 4.0
Entity Framework 4.0 FAQ – Getting Started Guide - In this article, I will introduce Entity Framework 4.0, the history behind this framework and why it has become the recommended LINQ-based Data Access technology over LINQ To SQL, all in a simple Q & A format
Create an Entity Data Model From a Database – Entity Framework 4.0 - In this article, we will create our first Entity Framework application using Visual Studio 2010. We will create an Entity Data Model (EDM) from an existing database
Exploring how the Entity Data Model (EDM) Generates Code and Executes Queries – Entity Framework 4.0 - In this article, I will explain what happens behind the scenes in the Entity Data Model and also looks at the files responsible to generate the code and execute queries on your behalf
Model-First Development in Entity Framework 4.0 - Create a Database from a Model - Developers who practice the Domain-Driven Development (DDD) style create a conceptual model first. The idea is to design the application based on a model. EF 4.0 supports creating the model first and generating a database from the model.
Articles on .NET, Silverlight and Expression Web
Configure Secure Socket Layer (SSL) in IIS 7 or IIS 7.5 - In this article, we will see how to configure Secure Socket Layer (SSL) in IIS 7.x
Accessing Local Database using Silverlight 4 - In this article, we will explore the mechanism of communicating with the local SQL Database using the out-of-browser features of Silverlight 4.0 with elevated trust permissions
Parallel.For Method in .NET 4.0 vs the C# For Loop - In this article, we will explore the static method Parallel.For. A lot of developers ask me about the difference between the C# for loop statement and the Parallel.For. We will see the difference with an example
Backup your Local Website on your Hard Drive in Expression Web - Has it ever happened to you that your website has disappeared from your hard drive or some files went missing, or even worst case, your hard drive crashed? If not then you are lucky, but if it has happened, you may have learnt a lesson to backup your web frequently.
Stay tuned for the next list which will contain the Best posts written during this year and one lucky DotNetCurry Author of the Year will win a cash prize and lots of other goodies too!
This article has been editorially reviewed by Suprotim Agarwal.
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