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In the previous blog post we added some unit tests that tested the WebAPI and also included the RavenDB storage behind it. As I explained the recommendation is not to use fakes or mocks but just to use the in memory variant of RavenDB during testing. However the WebAPI controller used a static RavenConfig.Store property to get to the RavenDB database. And that is the kind of hard coupling we would prefer not to have even if we don't need to create a fake for our tests. Adding Ninject to do our server side
dependency injections There are many dependency frameworks you can use with your .NET code. I am not going to comment on their respective quality and merits, I have used several and most work just fine. That said I have always liked Ninject so that is what I am going to use here. In this case we are just worried about the WebAPI and even though Ninject doesn't have that in the box there is a pretty good blog post by Peter Provost describing how to set things up. So basically adding his code will take care...(Read whole news on source site)
If you need to retrieve the list of the tables created by the users in SQL Server, you can do that easily by querying the sys.objects table. How to Get the List of User Tables in SQL Server? For example, the below query would display the list of tables and the type from the SQL...
SignalR provides real-time communications between servers and clients.
The HandleError attribute gives you an easy way to create a default error handler for your controllers.
The enterprise technologies to watch in 2014 | ZDNet
This year's list of such technologies has some long standing underdogs
that have been with us for a while now (open APIs, cloud, non-relational
DBs) as well as brand-new technologies with great potential for NGEs,
such as the quantified enterprise, the collaborative economy, and the
Internet of Things (IoT.)
Global solutions networks.
Coined by Don Tapscott last year, the concept itself is the design and
use of digital communities and mass collaboration platforms to solve
even large enterprises can't tackle alone. Platforms,
communities, and tools for this will being to emerge in 2014....(Read whole news on source site)
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