ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework, Identity

ASP.NET Core MVC / Entity Framework / Repository Pattern

I’m going to be upgrading the same idea I’ve visited in the past but using ASP.NET Core this time. The plan is to structure a very simple architecture that allows us to build a web application above it. For this article I’ll be using a very simple Repository Pattern as a base for a ASP.NET Core Web Application.

The sample solution will have 3 projects: Domain, Data Access and Web Application layers. This time I will leave out the Business Logic layer to make this tutorial simpler and cleaner. You will be able to add your managers and services easily later.

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ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC5, Entity Framework, Identity, Web API

ASP.NET MVC5 Entity Framework / Repository Pattern and Unit of Work revisited

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I’ll put Android development aside for a moment to write an update of an old entry related to ASP.NET and MVC.

Normally when the time goes by not only technology changes; New framework versions are released and us (developers) learn new tricks on how to use them. ASP.NET MVC is no exception.

I want to do the same exercise I did before but this time with a few tweaks and some additions (Unit of Work). I’ll show you how to build a very basic architecture for a fully functional ASP.NET MVC5 / WEB API application. Nowadays this can be called a full stack development. This application will be based on an N-Layered architecture:

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