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Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook - A Book Review

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In this post you will find my review notes and links to purchase this book. I am feeling very proud to be the reviewer of this book and will recommend everyone to purchase it.

Populate Selected Item in DropDownList in Edit Mode MVC

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Within last few days I received many questions on this title, so I decided to address this by a new blog entry. I am going to show you the best possible way to achieve this using Code First approach. Here is what we are going to achieve.

Nested Collection Models in MVC to Add Multiple Phone Numbers - Part 3

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This is Part 3 of the article series. Actually, in this article series we were developing an MVC application that will allow adding multiple phone numbers using Nested Model concept. User will be able to add or remove (zero or more phone numbers, I need minimum two phone numbers for each employee) phone numbers for any single employee.

Using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to connect SQL Azure databases

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In this article you will learn how to connect SQL Azure database from SQL Server Management Studio.

Nested Collection Models in MVC to Add Multiple Phone Numbers - Part 2

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This is Part 2 of the article series. Actually, in this article series we were developing an MVC application that will allow adding multiple phone numbers using Nested Model Concept. User will be able to add or remove (zero or more phone numbers, I need minimum two phone numbers for each employee) phone numbers for any single employee.

Nested Collection Models in MVC to Add Multiple Phone Numbers - Part 1

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In this article series, you will learn how to create MVC application that will allow adding multiple phone numbers using Nested Model Concept. User will be able to add or remove (zero or more phone numbers, I need minimum two phone numbers for each employee) phone numbers for any single employee. Also in later posts, I will show you how to List, Edit, Delete record(s) in such nested (relational) models concept. Here is the first look of the concept.

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