Entity Framework migrations is indeed a great feature. It makes you don’t need to worry about the database schema updates almost at all. There are however few things you must know to properly understand and use EF migrations. This post describes few of those things.
Application settings in .net applications is a mechanism that allows you to define, modify and easily access a collection of settings. Depending on the setting scope (user or application) they are stored in a .config file deeply under your %USER_PROFILE% folder or in your application’s .exe.config or web.config file. In this post I will show a way to change that behavior and make settings be stored in database.
What I always dislike in java script was the fuzziness of this language. Very often you didn’t know what type the variable is or if it was an object or a function. I always lack of some strong typing, design time rich intellisense or compile time type checking, which would minimize the possibility of making a bug in the java script code.
DataGrid control in WPF is a rich table structured control, which is perfect for displaying any kind of data in table like format. The one think about DataGrid it always lack, is a possibility to easily change the order of rows. It is not even about drag and drop of rows and items from and into the DataGrid , but simply rearrange existing rows in DataGrid control. It this post I will present you my solution for this problem, which additionally sticks to MvvM pattern perfectly.
In Web Api 2.0 and MVC5 you can only pass: int, bool, double etc.., TimeSpan, DateTime, Guid, decimal, and string values in URI. For any complex type having lists or other complex object within you have to pass serialized JSON/XML in the request body. But what If we want use such complex type from URI? Then read on…
This is often quite obvious that when we are developing application which operates on a real numbers we use a double data type in .net. Here you will see why you should take a special care about the floating point calculations in your software.