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Entity Framework Code First Development With WebMatrix

05 September 2011 17:27

Entity Framework ASP.NET Web Pages WebMatrix Razor

The existing data access story for WebMatrix is the Database Helper. Microsoft's recommended data access technology going forward is the Entity Framework (EF). This article explores how to use the Code First capability offered by EF within an ASP.NET Web Pages application.

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Pam 30/08/2017 11:30
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Mike, RazorPages sound like a nice choice for somebody still working in ASP classic who wants to to...

Robby Robson 15/08/2017 00:43
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Mike: great stuff. Now that .Core Standard 2.0 is formally out, how soon will you rewrite your book...

Satyabrata Mohapatra 28/07/2017 08:59
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Bit off topic, but congratulation sir for your MVP award. You deserve it !!!...

Satyabrata Mohapatra 23/07/2017 16:43
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@Dale Severin You can continue to build apps using asp.net web pages....

Satyabrata Mohapatra 23/07/2017 16:40
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Thanks for sharing...learned a lot...

Gfw 22/07/2017 11:53
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Question... Does System.Net.Mail support SSL?...

Dale Severin 20/07/2017 03:38
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I work with razor web pages extensively. I appreciate the rapid development it permits me to I am as...

Obinna Okafor 14/07/2017 01:19
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Thank you, Mike. Good post....

Satyabrata Mohapatra 11/07/2017 16:02
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Very powerful routing system!!...

Cyrus 05/07/2017 03:41
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How can I trim packages and services as much as possible to use just razor pages? I don’t want to to...