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Oct
25
comment What ASP.NET MVC can do and Ruby on Rails can't?
Entity Framework 5.0 Code First supports Migrations
Oct
25
comment What ASP.NET MVC can do and Ruby on Rails can't?
Adding the ColorID property allows you to implement lazy loading patterns which is very useful at times. For example, if the referenced object is very large and you don't really need all the property values of the object, then it would be a waste of processing time to fetch it all just to find the associated ID part of it (ColorID). It also allows you to implement Nullable/Non-Nullable foreign keys, i.e. what if Color is not always needed? Change the ColorID to a Nullable Integer int?
May
6
comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
Thanks. Can you give an example of the concurrency issues that would be caused by this model?
May
6
comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
Thank you. This answers my question completely. Appreciate the time you took in giving a clear and concise answer. +1
May
6
comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
That really is a speedy website. Thanks very much for the input. Much appreciated.
May
5
comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
Thanks for the comments.
May
5
comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
Good question. I'm thinking of doing the frontend in only html/javascript in order to lighten the page so that it is quicker on mobiles/pads. So probably just replace asp.net controls. All calls to the server through a webservice, so the wcf service should somehow deal with the validation etc. Do you think this is possible?