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Category Archives: .Net
When a page request is sent to the Web server, the page is run through a series of events during its creation and disposal. In this article, I will discuss in detail the ASP.NET page life cycle Events Continue reading
The Dependency Injection Pattern is a popular design technique that can be used to implement loosely coupled, reusable, and testable objects in your software designs by reducing the cohesion amongst the components in your application. You can implement dependency injection … Continue reading
Data access is a popular subject among developers. No doubt you’ve heard plenty of opinions on specific data access technologies and persistence frameworks. Here i have explained Unit of work pattern and how to use it in .net application and … Continue reading
As you aware repository pattern will comes under creational patterns, Repository pattern can be used for achieving the abstraction between data access layer and business layer. In this article you can learn how to implement the Repository pattern in .NET … Continue reading
Advantage of this pattern of separation is the functional development provided by MVC as well as using the advantages of XAML by binding data while using it. ViewModel, and any Business Layer’s inherent data checking features to validate any incoming data. … Continue reading
Here are a few techniques that you can use to get you started. If you are unfamiliar with TDD, what I’m about to say may sound a little strange to you. A lot of people have spent a lot of time telling us that we should carefully design our classes, code them up and then test them. Continue reading
As you aware of Entity Framework 4 feature translates LINQ queries to SQL to execute in the backend. However, what Entity Framework may render a SQL query that looks much different. Entity Framework’s SQL query building process may involve the use of sub queries, nested joins, or any other construct. Continue reading