Showing posts from September, 2013

Getting Started with NHibernate and ASP.NET MVC- CRUD Operations

In this post we are going to learn how we can use NHibernate in ASP.NET MVC application.

What is NHibernate:
ORMs(Object Relational Mapper) are quite popular this days. ORM is a mechanism to map database entities to Class entity objects without writing a code for fetching data and write some SQL queries. It automatically generates SQL Query for us and fetch data behalf on us.
NHibernate is also a kind of Object Relational Mapper which is a port of popular Java ORM Hibernate. It provides a framework for mapping an domain model classes to a traditional relational databases. Its give us freedom of writing repetitive ADO.NET code as this will be act as our database layer. Let’s get started with NHibernate.

How to download:
There are two ways you can download this ORM. From nuget package and from the source forge site.Nuget - Forge- Creating a table for CRUD:
I am going to use SQL Server 2012 expre…

DotNetJalps- My 600th blog post!!

I don’t know how I have reached there but woohoo!! I am writing my 600th blog post. I feel very proud writing this blog post. This is a great journey and I have learned lots of things during this great journey.

First of all I like to thank my family members my family members for continuous support they are providing me to maintain this blog and supporting that everything I do. On this occasion I would like to thank all the readers and visitors of this blog without your love and support I could not have been achieved what I am. You are the inspiration for me to writing blogs.

I would also like to thanks all my friends, colleagues and employers without there it was not possible to achieve this.

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Code Lens in Visual Studio 2013

This post will be a part of Visual Studio 2013 features series.

Microsoft has recently launched a Preview version of Visual Studio 2013 and I am using that more then a month now and discovering new features every day. In this blog post we will learn about code lens in Visual Studio 2013.

When you launch a code view you view in Visual Studio 2013. You will notice the references information show on the top of each of methods.

Once you mouse over this you will get a lens popup where you can find this information of references of a method.

Once you click on any method it will show a glimpse of code where it used.

Once you double click this it will go to the page where code is written.

It is indeed a useful feature when you do code review or dig into code. Hope you like it. Stay tuned for more…

Project Management National Conference 2013

Project Management Institute of India ( organizing a event for project managers on 27th and 28th September at Gurgaon. It will be a great event for all the aspiring project managers. Last year more then thousand of delegates attended this annual event to reap benefits. This year also I would also like to encourage you to participate and gain knowledge.

You should attend this event because..
You will get a chance to meet lots of people around country with same position It’s a great way to extend your network.11 visionary speakers sharing their knowledge including Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Mr. Arjun Maira, Mr. Nandan Nilekani , Swami Sukhabodhananda and others on the same podium.2 Projects will presented as case studies.14 paper presentations by experts. Following is a link from where you can have your registration and get more information