We recently shared our plans to produce a 6.0.2 patch release to address some performance issues (and other bugs) in the 6.0.0 and 6.0.1 releases. Today we are making the 6.0.2 release available. Getting EF6.0.2 The runtime is available on NuGet. If you are using Code First then there is no need to install the tooling. Follow the instructions on our Get It page for installing the latest version of Entity Framework runtime. The tooling for Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013 is available on the Microsoft Download Center. You
only need to install the tooling if you want to use Model First or Database First. What’s in the 6.0.2 Patch The 6.0.2 patch includes fixes to some performance and functional issues that were introduced in the 6.0.0 and 6.0.1 releases. You can view a full list of the issues on our CodePlex site. What’s not in the 6.0.2 Patch In addition to the issues fixed in the 6.0.2 patch our team is working on other performance improvements, bug fixes and features for the EF6.1 release. You can see a
Even if you’ve only read about Angular, the odds are you’ve seen the rampant use of $scope in the C of MVC (controllers). $scope is the glue between the Controller and the View that helps with all of our data binding needs. Recently the Angular team opened up a new way to use $scope with Controllers. So now you can use $scope (what I’ll refer to as Classic Controllers) and you can use this (what the Angular team and I refer to as Controller As). I hear a lot of questions about these 2 techniques. Everyone loves choice, but at
With Microsoft.NET Stack there are lots of way to create service like ASP.NET Web Service, WCF(Windows Communication Foundation) service and now ASP.NET Web API. The developer often get confused mainly between WCF Service and Web API. So I thought it is a good idea to write a blog post to about differences between ASP.NET Web API and WCF Service. Difference between ASP.NET Web API and WCF Service: WCF services support multiple transport support like HTTP,TCP,UDP,MSMQ and allow switching... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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