Tag Archives: VNext

ASP.NET 5 with SQLite and Entity Framework 7


This article shows how to use SQLite with ASP.NET 5 using Entity Framework 7. EF7 can now create SQLite databases using Entity Framework migrations which was not possible in previous versions. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNet5SQLite The project was created using Omnisharp generator-aspnet and then upgraded to version beta6 using the command line tools dnu and dnvm. The […]

https://damienbod.wordpress.com/2015/08/30/asp-net-5-with-sqlite-and-entity-framework-7/

A First Look at ASP.NET vNext


via A First Look at ASP.NET vNext.

In the introductory overview article elsewhere in this issue, I discussed the what and why of ASP.NET vNext using a high-level editorial perspective. In this article, I want to take you through the how, using a more hands-on approach starting from the bottom up, and describing some of the low-level system features and working up to the high-level showcase features that you’ve probably seen in demos or presentations.

But first, a disclaimer: The code and tooling I’m showing is based on ASP.NET vNext Beta 1 or the Visual Studio 2015 Beta 1 Preview, which is pre-release software. ASP.NET vNext is still changing, so it’s possible that some of the tooling and code I show will change. I’ve made the samples I’ll demonstrate in the article available on GitHub and will continue to update them for more recent versions until the RTM of vNext. You can find the repository at: https://github.com/RickStrahl/AlbumViewerVNext

Azure DocumentDB: Connect(); Microsoft Visual Studio vNext & Azure


via Azure DocumentDB | Connect(); Microsoft Visual Studio vNext & Azure | Channel 9.

Azure DocumentDB is a fully-managed NoSQL document database service. This video demonstrates how Azure DocumentDB can integrate with your modern applications to provide a highly-scalable, queryable, and schema-free JSON-based document database solution.

Hosting ASP.Net VNext Application In a Linux VM on Azure


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Login to the Microsoft Azure to access your Azure account. In this article I’m using the newly launched Azure portal that has blades to support multiview in one window. We’ll start with creating a new Linux VM on Azure and then configuring it for ASP.Net vNext hosting.