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  • Tony Sneed: Handle Cyclical References with ASP.NET Web API 2 and MVC 6
    'Many ORM (object-relational mapping) tools, such as Entity Framework 6 Tools for Visual Studio 2012 & 2013, Entity Framework Power Tools, or Entity Framework Reverse POCO Generator, generate entity classes that contain cyclical references. Download the source code, samples, and … Continue reading →
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Friday, January 2, 2015
  • #NoProjects/#BeyondProjects - a developer footnote
    Back when I was coding C++ this was exemplified by Microsoft Visual Studio where.prj files (i.e.project files) listed the source code files and “make” instructions to build an executable. 'Last Friday I delivered a revised version of my “The End of Projects and What to do Next” presentation - otherwise known as #NoProjects / #BeyondProjects. The presentation is on Slideshare if you missed it - or better still see it next week at Lean Kanban UK 2014 (use the code LK14SPK for 15% discount). He said: “I’d never thought of a project like that before.”
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • MyGet: Continuous Integration for the Rest of Us
    If you are using Team Foundation Build Server , you can create a build definition to execute these NuGet commands, or for smaller projects you can use a cloud-hosted build controller with Visual Studio Online. To get those packages, you need to add a NuGet package source pointing to the feed (in Visual Studio select Tools, Options, NuGet Package Manager, Package Sources). 'By this time, most.NET developers are familiar with NuGet. Those days are loooong gone. So why not use NuGet to distribute libraries to other parts of your organization? <? xml version ="1.0"
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • EF 6.x Code-First and Model-First with Trackable Entities 2.1
    Tools for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 , so that you can use the same Entity Data Model wizard to generate context and entity classes using either the Code First or Model first approaches. However, the team eventually published an article on how to customize the templates, and I was able to include customized T4 templates in the Visual Studio samples and templates for Trackable Entities v2.1. 'Until now Trackable Entities has required the Entity Framework Power Tools to reverse engineer Code-First model classes from an existing database. Trackable Entities v2.1
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Friday, August 1, 2014
  • Real-World MVVM with Entity Framework and ASP.NET Web API
    The sample includes a Windows Presentation Foundation client, but the toolkit has a Visual Studio template for building a multi-platform client with portable view models that are shared across WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, Windows Store, iOS and Android. Download the Simple MVVM Trackable Entities sample application here. The nice thing about this sample is that it demonstrates how to build a complete end-to-end solution. Both WCF and Json.NET serializers accept attribute-free classes, but the attributes are included in order to handle cyclic references. Enjoy!
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Wednesday, May 28, 2014
  • Become an N-Tier Ninja with Trackable Entities 2.0
    Aside from the coolness factor, what makes Trackable Entities a killer framework, is that it comes as a Visual Studio Extension.  To get it from within Visual Studio, all you have to do is install it from the Tools, Extensions and Updates menu.  Once you click on one of these babies, you get a mulit-project Visual Studio solution. Tools for Visual Studio , which also come with VS 2013 Update 2.)  There are separate installers for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013, with limited support for.NET 4.0.  After releasing v 1.0 In v 2.0
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Monday, April 28, 2014
  • Trackable Entities – Now with Repository and Unit of Work
    of my Trackable Entities Framework , it came with a lot of developer goodness: NuGet packages, Visual Studio project templates, a VSIX installer available from Visual Studio’s Extensions Gallery , Getting Started guides and a screencast. From the start I built in support for both ASP.NET Web API and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) using either Visual Studio 2012 or 2013. On the tooling side, I have incorporated multi-project Visual Studio templates into a VSIX installer that includes all the necessary NuGet packages. Service.EF.
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Thursday, February 20, 2014
  • Android and iOS Development with Simple MVVM Toolkit? Yes you can!
    In the three years since its first release, my Simple MVVM Toolkit has garnered quite a bit of interest from the developer community and has had over 41,000 downloads (including CodePlex, Visual Studio Extensions Gallery, and NuGet). My goal in creating the toolkit was simplicity in design, a rich feature set, clear documentation, plenty of samples, and an easy-to-use installer with good Visual Studio integration, including project templates and code snippets. With both of these you’ll get Xamarin Studio , but with Windows you’ll also get Visual Studio integration.
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Thursday, February 6, 2014
  • Part 2: Visual Studio and IDEs in Python for.NET Developers Series
    VIsual Studio Tools for Python:  [link] Filed under: Python Tagged: ASP.NET , Python , Screencasts. 'This post is part 2 of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores choosing an IDE for Python development, especially one that will make.NET developers comfortable. What the video and visit the links below to get started. Links: PyCharm:  [link]. Python ASP.NET Screencasts
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 3, 2014
  • Series: Python for.NET Developers Introduction
    Visual Studio and IDEs. GUI applications and visual designers (in Python)  [coming soon]. 'Welcome to my series of blog posts covering Python for.NET developers. In this many-part series, I will introduce you to Python from a.NET developer’s perspective. As.NET developers, we generally adore C# and the.NET ecosystem. It has brought great productivity, expressiveness, and features to software developers. believe you will be deeply surprised to see a side-by-side comparison of C# /.NET NET and Python. Join me in this series as I compare C# /.NET Series posts.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 3, 2014
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