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Feb
24
comment Ways to have a history of changes of database entries
No problem, here is the link . Another good design suggestion in link
Feb
24
revised Is HTML5 usable for syncing data between devices?
typo fix
Nov
12
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
comment Where to put business logic in MVC design?
If i understood correct, the mentioned article refers to 'application logic' as a 'business logic'. Thus, anything that refers to the business logic should not be placed in controller or the view.
Sep
17
comment Where to put business logic in MVC design?
@Moh, In short these are buzz words to help describe tiers of technology in an application. Business logic is basically rules of the system according to functional specifications. For example Object A of type B must have attributed C and D, but not E. Application Logic is more of a technical specification, like using Java servlets and OJB to persist to an Oracle database.
Jun
26
comment Database History Table / Tracking Table
@cillosis, Thanks for noticing this. It is updated now :)
Jun
26
revised Database History Table / Tracking Table
Updating the link
Jun
20
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
comment Mixing Angular and ASP.NET MVC/Web api?
@MrYellow - graph does not reflect resent developments in AngularJS. Thus it is much different from 2013 :))
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Good Answer
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Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
19
revised Do stored procedures violate three-tier separation?
Formating
Aug
5
revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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Aug
5
revised Is it a good idea to merge multiple HTTP requests to save bandwidth?
added 30 characters in body
Aug
5
revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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Aug
5
comment Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
Agree, there should be in their own namespaces