In an era when multitasking and efficiency is a necessity, web-based Single Page Applications (SPAs) are havens. The term ‘single page application’ refers to a website which has all of its contents accessible in only one page. It makes use of templates and data injection, as well as other techniques, to avoid having to reload all the data on every [...]
2017-07-11T07:07:11+00:00 December 18th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Web-Based Single Page Applications – What Are They?
ASP.NET MVC is Microsoft’s latest web application development technology based on the principle of the separation of concerns. MVC stands for Models, Views and Controllers, respectively. Prior to MVC pattern, Web Forms was the prime Microsoft technology for web application development. However, Web Forms lacked flexibility of development and loose coupling. MVC addressed these concerns. This article presents brief overview [...]
2017-07-11T07:07:26+00:00 December 18th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Top Three Features of ASP.NET MVC 5
Data persistence has always been a key challenge faced by software developers and programmers. Several database management systems have been introduced since the beginning of electronic computing in order to handle data persistence issues in software products. Relational database management systems, powered by SQL, have ruled the IT industry for more than four decades, though the advent of NoSQL database [...]
2017-07-11T07:07:47+00:00 December 18th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on NoSQL or SQL – How to Choose the Best Fit for a Project
Modern day websites need to handle requests from hundreds of thousands of visitors. Since most of the advanced websites are dynamic in nature, they have to interact with database servers and web services. Typical user requests involve sending an HTTP request to the web server, which after analyzing the request type, returns a webpage. When the request involves interaction with [...]
2017-07-11T06:52:32+00:00 December 18th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Asynchronous Strategies in C# Web Applications