This article shows how to use MySQL with ASP.NET Core 1.0 using Entity Framework Core. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNet5MultipleProject Thanks to Noah Potash for creating this example and adding his code to this code base. The Entity Framework MySQL package can be downloaded using the NuGet package SapientGuardian.EntityFrameworkCore.MySql.
Friday August 26th
Editorial Note: I originally wrote this post for the SmartBear blog. You can check out the original here, at their site. Have a look around while you're there and see what some of the other authors have written. As an IT management consultant, probably the most frequent question I hear is some variant of "how ...
Let us imagine a database whose size is about 100GB, running on a machine that has 6 GB of RAM. You need to do run some sort of computation that traverse the graph, but doing so naively will likely cause us to trash quite a lot, as we page memory in and out of the disk, only to jump far away in the graph, paging even more, and effectively killing all your performance.
In this article, I’m going to revisit the high-level architecture of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core to help you understand how the main architectural pieces fit together. I’ll also demonstrate how to get started, purposefully using lower-level command line tools to create a simple application from scratch and add framework features one at a time in order to demonstrate how the framework is put together.
Thursday August 25th
If you're a UWP Dev, this is something you'll want to get... now. As in now, now... Go! Recently, we released the Windows Anniversary Update and a new Windows Software Developer Kit (SDK) for Windows 10 containing tools, app templates, platform controls, Windows Runtime APIs, emulators and much more, to help create innovative and compelling Universal Windows apps.
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If you develop extensions for Visual Studio Team Services or Team Foundation Server, there is a new requirement during publishing that you should be aware of: when updating an extension on the Marketplace, the updated extension's version number must be greater than the published extension's version number.