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Using ASP.NET Identity with Razor Web Pages

04 July 2014 07:27

ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix Razor

ASP.NET Identity is the new membership system for ASP.NET applications and is the recommended system for new MVC 5 and Web Forms projects. Among other things, it moves membership away from being dependent on System.Web, which is the general direction that the next version of ASP.NET is taking. News on how the Web Pages framework will be impacted by this evolution in ASP.NET is scarce at the moment, and so is information on how to incorporate ASP.NET Identity into a Razor Web Pages site. This article demonstrates the steps required to make use of the ASP.NET Identity framework in your Web Pages application.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Advanced Entity Framework Scenarios

13 June 2014 13:42

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the last in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. This final tutorial  introduces several topics that are useful to be aware of when you go beyond the basics of developing ASP.NET web applications that use Entity Framework Code First. Step-by-step instructions walk you through the code and using Visual Studio Express For Web for the following topics:

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Implementing Inheritance

13 June 2014 13:42

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the eleventh in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In the previous tutorial you handled concurrency exceptions. This tutorial will show you how to implement inheritance in the data model.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Handling Concurrency

13 June 2014 13:41

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the tenth in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In earlier tutorials you learned how to update data. This tutorial shows how to handle conflicts when multiple users update the same entity at the same time. You'll change the web pages that work with the Department entity so that they handle concurrency errors.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Async and Stored Procedures with the Entity Framework

13 June 2014 13:40

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the ninth in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In earlier tutorials you learned how to read and update data using the synchronous programming model. In this tutorial you see how to implement the asynchronous programming model. Asynchronous code can help an application perform better because it makes better use of server resources.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Updating Related Data

13 June 2014 13:39

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the eighth in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In the previous tutorial you displayed related data; in this tutorial you'll update related data. For most relationships, this can be done by updating either foreign key fields or navigation properties. For many-to-many relationships, the Entity Framework doesn't expose the join table directly, so you add and remove entities to and from the appropriate navigation properties.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Reading Related Data

13 June 2014 13:39

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the seventh in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In the previous tutorial you completed the School data model. In this tutorial you'll read and display related data — that is, data that the Entity Framework loads into navigation properties.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Creating a More Complex Data Model

13 June 2014 13:38

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the sixth in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. In the previous tutorials you worked with a simple data model that was composed of three entities. In this tutorial you'll add more entities and relationships, and you'll customize the data model by specifying formatting, validation, and database mapping rules. You'll see two ways to customize the data model:  by adding attributes to entity classes and by adding code to the database context class.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Code First Migrations and Deployment

13 June 2014 13:37

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the fifth in a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. This tutorial covers how to enable Code First Migrations and then deploy your database to Windows Azure. The Migrations feature enables you to change the data model and deploy your changes to production by updating the database schema without having to drop and re-create the database. The section covering deployment to Azure is optional; you can continue with the remaining tutorials without having deployed the project.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Connection Resiliency and Command Interception

13 June 2014 13:36

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the fourth in a series of 12 which teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. This tutorial covers how to use two features of Entity Framework 6 that are especially valuable when you are deploying to the cloud environment: connection resiliency (automatic retries for transient errors) and command interception (catch all SQL queries sent to the database in order to log or change them).

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Sorting, Filtering and Paging

13 June 2014 13:35

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the third in a series of 12 which teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. This tutorial explores how to add sorting, filtering and paging to MVC 5 Views using the Entity Framework. You will also look at implementing simple Grouping.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Implementing Basic CRUD Functionality

13 June 2014 13:34

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the second in a series of 12 which teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. Here, we look at implementing basic CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) using the scaffolding that ASP.NET MVC provides, as well as customising the resulting code.

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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Creating an Entity Framework Data Model

13 June 2014 13:33

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This tutorial is the first in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Getting Started with EF 6 using MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Tom Dykstra and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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Examining the Details and Delete Methods

09 May 2014 08:48

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial is the final one in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Scott Guthrie (twitter @scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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Adding Validation

09 May 2014 08:48

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial is the tenth in a series of a Visual Basic versions of the Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 5 tutorials published on the www.asp.net site. The original series, produced by Scott Guthrie (twitter @scottgu ), Scott Hanselman (twitter: @shanselman ), and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) was written using the C# language. My versions keep as close to the originals as possible, changing only the coding language. The narrative text is largely unchanged from the original and is used with permission from Microsoft.

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