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CRUD – ASP.Net MVC, Web Api-2, Windows Form

In this article we will learn basic CRUD operation using Web Api-2, and Stored Procedure with a sample Desktop Application.

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Sample Database:

Let’s Create a Sample database named ‘SampleDB’ with SQL Management Studio. Using the ‘SampleDB’ now create a Table name ‘tblCustomer’.

Script:

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ASP.NET MVC – Using JQuery, AJAX

In this article we will clarify our knowledge about using and posting a form with JQuery and Ajax.

Before dive into core topic let’s have an overview about JQuery and Ajax. What is it?

What is JQuery?

Well, JQuery is a framework (tools) for writing JavaScript, Walk as “write less, do more”, jQuery is to make easier to use JavaScript.

What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is an object-oriented computer programming (Scripting)language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers.

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CRUD Operation Using ASP.Net MVC-5

In This post we will learn Basic CRUD operation using ASP.Net MVC, JSON, ADO.Net, and Stored Procedure with a sample MVC Application.

Our first step is to create and design a SQL Database, below step’s we have the demonstration of creating a database table and very basic CRUD Stored Procedure. Read More

IEnumerable Vs IQueryable

Differences between them based on their properties :

IEnumerable

  1. NamespaceSystem.Collections Namespace
  2. Derives from: No base interface
  3. Deferred Execution : Supported
  4. Lazy Loading : Not Supported
  5. How does it work : While querying data from database, IEnumerable execute select query on server side, load data in-memory on client side and then filter data. Hence does more work and becomes slow.
  6. Suitable for : LINQ to Object and LINQ to XML queries.
  7. Custom Query : Doesn’t supports.
  8. Extension method parameter : Extension methods supported in IEnumerable takes functional objects.
  9. When to use : When querying data from in-memory collections like List, Array etc.
  10. Best Uses : In-memory traversal

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