.NET Core 3.0 was announced yesterday at the Microsoft Build event and let’s welcome .NET Core supports for Windows Desktop applications. Finally, this is happening as developers were asking for desktop applications with .NET Core. The highlight of .NET Core 3 is support for Windows desktop applications, specifically Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), and UWP XAML. You will be able to run new and existing Windows desktop applications on .NET Core and enjoy all the benefits that .NET Core has to offer. (more…)
This is in continuation of the Part-1 solution to transfer SQL Server Database data to MySQL Database using .NET Core. If you have not read the first post, please go through it. To give you an overview, the part-1 solution gets all the SQL server database data and creates a serialized and compressed version of a dataset. The part-2 or final solution downloads the compressed file and populates the MySQL database. Let’s see how this is achieved.
Transferring one database data to other databases is not challenging when source and destination database type is same. It becomes a nightmare when source and destination database types are different. To save you from this nightmare, there are plenty of products available for data transfer between different types of databases. But, these tools come with a very high price. I also got into a similar problem and thought of buying one of the products. As you know in a typical software company, buying a licensed product is a time-taking process that requires lots of approvals and justifications. While the process was on, an idea struck and got the solution to transfer SQL Server Database data to MySQL Database using .NET Core. (more…)
Last week, .NET Core 2.0 preview 1 was announced along with ASP.NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0. There are lots of new stuff to play with, but this post is focuses on .NET standard 2.0. At the time of writing this post, it is preview 1 release of .NET standard 2.0 and it’s impressive. This post talks about installing .NET standard 2.0 and find out what’s new in .NET Standard 2.0. (more…)
There are many new features introduced in Entity Framework Core (EF Core). And one of the most awaited feature is, batching of statement. So what exactly batching of statement is? Batching of statement means that it doesn’t send individual command for every insert/update/delete statement. It will batch multiple statements in a single round trip to the database. So In this post, let’s see how it works and then compare the results with EF6.