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In the first part of this series we didn’t really look at the MVC framework. We talked about what it is and what it does but didn’t look at any code. We did however plan out what we wanted our application to do and created our database schema that will support our application. In this part we are going to jump in and get an MVC Application created and look at the Model portion of the application. We’ll create our domain objects and data repositories. It is important to note that I will be using the Repository Pattern with Pipes and Filters Pattern. So we’ll have our data repositories and their relevant filters. We will then create data service objects that encapsulate the repositories. Also, I will be using LINQ To SQL to interact with the database. If you prefer a different method of data access feel free to use something else. Finally, before we get started, I will not be writing unit tests for this series, at least not showing them in the posts, in order to keep things simple and to keep the posts from getting too long.
Today’s article is going to be one of many, or at least a few, that take a look at building an application using the new ASP.Net MVC Beta. I wanted to do this in a small series so we can look at each phase of the application in a decent amount of detail while keeping the length appropriate for a blog post.
This first part isn’t actually going to crack the lid on MVC just yet but we are going to look at a few things today.
LINQ to SQL maps the relational database into an object model, and when the program runs the queries in the object model are translated into SQL. SQL contains Aggregate functions like SUM, AVG, MIN, MAX and more. Lets see how this functionality can be implemented using LINQ Enumerable standard aggregation operators. You can also create […]
This one is for all you guys who are just starting to use LINQ and have no idea how to make those queries work. I have tried it and i am glad to say that it is very friendly and usable especially if you have no experience with Linq Linqpad is a very user friendly […]
Hi Everyone!!! This is my new blog in which i will Share all I know/hear about/find interesting about Application Development. For starters i would like to introduce you to http://www.learnvisualstudio.net/ which is a web site that has over 500 Video tutorials about almost anything you can think of that is related to application development, C#, […]
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