While it may not be supported, today's post shows how to use Entity Framework Core to return back multiple result sets.
When working with core objects in your system, applying basic concepts makes them easier to use. Today, I introduce a simple acronym to make your objects more maintainable.
This year, the Christmas Gift Guide is a little shorter, but I made sure these gifts were just for the techies this year!
Populating small tables isn't a problem with Entity Framework Core, but what about large amounts of data? Today, I show how to feed large data into your entities.
What does a manufacturing website look like? In my post today, I look back on how I took a brochure-ware website and made it more customer-focused.
Last week, I asked the question, "Where do developers socialize on the web?" Today, we look at the results.
If you are a developer, where do you go online to socialize with fellow developers?
DogFood Con 2018 was another great success and our guest blogger, Andrew Hinkle, gives his review of this awesome two-day conference.
User Experience (UX) is absolutely required for mobile apps. Today, our guest contributor, Stefan Ateljevic, explains in his infographic what makes a great UX for mobile users.
Dynamic grids are hard to manage on the client-side, but in today's solution, I discuss how to use jQuery with MVC partials for a master/detail screen.