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MVC 5 with EF 6 in Visual Basic - Working With Files

27 January 2015 13:26

VB.Net ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial explores how to upload files in an ASP.NET MVC applications and how to use Entity Framework to store them in a database. It builds on a series of 12 that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access and Visual Basic. This tutorial does not have a counterpart in the original tutorial series, produced by Tom Dykstra and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) which was written using the C# language. A C# version is available here.

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ASP.NET MVC 5 with EF 6 - Working With Files

27 January 2015 13:19

ASP.NET MVC

This tutorial explores how to upload files in an ASP.NET MVC application and how to use Entity Framework to store them in a database. It builds on a series of 12 featuring the fictitious Contoso University that teach you how to build MVC 5 applications using Entity Framework for data access. The original tutorial series was produced in C# by Tom Dykstra and Rick Anderson ( @RickAndMSFT ) of Microsoft. This tutorial is coded in C#. As with the previous tutorials, I have produced a version that uses the Visual Basic language. It is available here.

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Usage of the @ (at) sign in ASP.NET

22 January 2015 13:54

C# ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web Pages Razor

The number of places where you might use or encounter the @ sign in ASP.NET has grown over the last few years and its exact purpose in all circumstances still seems to cause confusion. Here's an overview of the most common places that it crops up, and guidance on its correct usage.

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Entity Framework Recipe: Grouping By Year And Month

12 January 2015 20:38

ASP.NET MVC Entity Framework

This is the latest in a series of "EF Recipes" - short articles that show through practical examples how to achieve common tasks with Entity framework and ASP.NET MVC. This particular example looks at grouping data by year and month in MVC 5 with Entity Framework 6. The article is prompted by an email I got from a reader who asked how I generate the "Archives" feature in the right hand panel on each page on this site.

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