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C# is a multiparadigm, managed, garbage-collected object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft in parallel with the .NET platform

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You could try storing client drafts in a cookie or the browser's web storage, that way the clients have the drafts 'persisted' but they aren't in the database.
answered Oct 9 '13 by Eric King
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This is similar to a recent PSE question, and I'll answer yours with the same advice: Don't bother creating a dependency between your MVC project and the WebAPI project. Put as much of your logic as …
answered Jan 11 '13 by Eric King
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In addition to the options Sklivvz offered, don't be afraid to venture outside of the SQL realm and use an embedded object-oriented database engine, such as Sterling or DB4O. They offer the advantag …
answered Jul 2 '13 by Eric King
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While creating a MySolution.Articles project is one perfectly fine approach, it's not the only way. Here's another approach. I'm not saying it's perfect for your situation, but it may be worth consid …
answered Jul 12 '18 by Eric King
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I understand the book is written to describe C languages in general. The book is written to teach you ANSI C, not 'C languages in general' Does the book expect me to be able to translate the …
answered Jun 30 '14 by Eric King
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I would put it in a separate file, and I would give it a more descriptive name than "IMassExtension.cs". Perhaps something like "MassConversions.cs", since that's what the class actually does. Don't …
answered Aug 5 '14 by Eric King
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At the program level, there will always be a point at which a decision needs to be made which concrete implementations of IGraphics and IPlayer will be given to Game. This is what you're seeing here. …
answered Dec 31 '13 by Eric King
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We make the changes to foundation (Foundation-A) and push them out to the nuget feed as an unstable package. Here's where your problem begins... Don't do that. Any changes to Foundation v1.0 sh …
answered Oct 2 '13 by Eric King
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Generally, if you can't tell the return type by reading the line in question (or another, very nearby line), you should use the explicit type. This will make the readability of your code much better. …
answered Mar 7 '12 by Eric King
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I would like to point out that Entity Framework (full name: ADO.NET Entity Framework) is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) that uses ADO.NET under the hood for connecting to the database. So the quest …
answered Jul 5 '13 by Eric King
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I'd like to suggest a clarification of some of the terminology you are using here, specifically "dependency" and "dependency injection". Dependency: A "dependency" is typically a complex object tha …
answered Jun 10 '11 by Eric King
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Generally, you want your Controllers to do only a few things: Handle the incoming request Delegate the processing to some business object Pass the result of the business processing to the appropriat …
answered Feb 18 '12 by Eric King
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I write this from the perspective of a long-time .NET developer being pulled inexorably into the client-side JavaScript world, so I assume that I probably share some of the same biases as you. I only …
answered Jun 17 '15 by Eric King