Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Complete End to End CRUD Operations Using Knockout.JS and EntityFramework 5 in MVC4 Application

I) Introduction

I have been browsing multiple sites to check if I could find a complete end to end tutorial or article upon CRUD operations using Knockout.JS and MVC 4. Unfortunately, all the ones I found were incomplete or had too short an explanation. In my last article we learned CRUD in ASP.NET web forms using MVC and EntityFramework. This article is the continuation to the same series. This article will be a kind of tutorial to explain how we can set up a Knockout.JS environment in an MVC4 application that is also capable of performing CRUD operations.

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Introduction to Knockout.js and CRUD Operations in ASP.Net Web Forms Using Knockout.JS

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I) Introduction

The development paradigm has been changing rapidly for a last few years. The out of the box technologies have been introduced to develop applications with fast, scalable, extensible structure, easy to maintain and easy to use. Knockout.JS is also one of the examples of such emerging technologies. I take an opportunity to explain the concept and topic my way.
We’ll be discussing the technology from basic to advanced level by just following a road-map.

II) Our Road-map



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Monday, 16 December 2013

Complete CRUD Operations in MVC 4 using Entity Framework 5 Without Writing a Single Line of Code

Introduction

In this article, I’ll describe how to perform basic CRUD operations in an MVC4 application with the help of Entity Framework 5 without writing a single line of code. EF and MVC had advanced themselves to the level that we don’t have to put effort in doing extra work.

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