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comment Get best performance of Entity Framework 6 like Dapper.NET
You cant get the same performance with EF as with Dapper due to the nature of EF. The performance has improved since the latest version and with .NET 4.5 but its never going to be the same as Dapper/Other micro-ORM. The flip side of that is that you get so much more features with EF, so you need to weigh them up. Do you want purely performance or more features?
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comment ASP.NET MVC - Current Page highlighting in navigation
Thanks, marked as answer as I feel this is the best way to do it, cleaner razor views and code re-usability
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comment Unable to add net.tcp as service reference
Thank you, I'll give it a try tomorrow and let you know
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comment Unable to add net.tcp as service reference
I get an error when I tried that: The contract name 'IMetadataExchange' could not be found in the list of contracts implemented by the service Services.DashboardService. Add a serivceMetadataBehavior to the configuration file or to the ServiceHost directly to enable support for this contract
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comment Unable to add net.tcp as service reference
I'm creating it all programatically (ie no app/web.config). How would I do that programatically?
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comment componentInstance.setState undefined in 0.11.0
Okay thanks, I guess I need to pass it as property then :)
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comment ServiceStack: Pass an array to a Service
Correct, when I do /dashboard?EquipmentIds=1,2,3 it binds correctly, but when I do /dashboard?EquipmentIds=1&EquipmentIds=2 it doesn't so I have to use the solution I mentioned in my question. It must be the way the text serialzation is working
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comment ServiceStack: Pass an array to a Service
Its how my request was constructed when using params with $http.get using angular: $http.get(baseUri + "DashboardRequest", { params: { EquipmentIds: selectedEquipmentIds } })
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