Recent Data Points Columns: Aurelia, Azure DocumentDB, Scriptcs, EF6, EF7, ASP.NET 5

Data Points – Aurelia Meets DocumentDB:
A Matchmaker’s Journey
(Part 1)

*Part 2 will be in Dec 2015 issue

Nov 2015

After exploring both DocumentDB and the new Aurelia framework, Julie Lerman decided it was time to use them together, but that proved more difficult than expected. Learn how she finally found the path to the correct solution.

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Data Points – Revisiting JavaScript Data Binding — Now with Aurelia

Sep 2015

Julie Lerman has long been a fan of the Knockout JavaScript framework and its data binding talents. Here she explores the new Aurelia framework, which is quickly gaining momentum with Web developers, and finds that it offers a lot to like for data-oriented programmers.

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Explore Entity Framework Behavior at the Command Line with Scriptcs

Jul 2015

Julie Lerman learns how to explore Entity Framework behavior interactively using Scriptcs.

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An Overview of Microsoft Azure DocumentDB

Jun 2015

Julie Lerman takes a first look at the Microsoft entry into the document database field—Azure DocumentDB.

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The EF6, EF7 and
ASP.NET 5 Soup

May 2015

Julie Lerman discusses the difference between the next version of .NET and what ASP.NET 5 apps will run on, then explains how Entity Framework 6 and Entity Framework 7 fit into the mix.

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EF6 Code First Migrations for Multiple Models

Apr 2015

The new support for Code First Migrations in Entity Framework 6 makes it easier to store data for multiple models in a single database. But that support may not be what you imagine. Julie Lerman explains what this feature does and doesn’t do, and how to use it.

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Looking Ahead to
Entity Framework 7

Jan 2015

In this first look at EF7, Julie Lerman discusses what EF7 will bring to developers, the motivations behind decisions being made about the framework, and what this version means to existing apps that use EF6 or earlier.

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