ADO.NET

Working with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Technology in C#

In this article, we will talk about Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) technology. Also, we will discuss how to work with it in C# and store the hardware details of your computer in a PostgreSQL database. It will take advantage of Devart for PostgreSQL to communicate with the database.

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Best Practices in Using the DbContext in EF Core

Entity Framework Core is an open-source, popular, lightweight, and flexible cross-platform ORM. In Entity Framework Core (also called EF Core), a Db context is an object that coordinates queries, updates, and deletes against your database. It takes care of performing CRUD operations against your database.

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Implementing Rate Limiting in ASP.NET 6 Core and C#

Throttling and rate limiting restrict API access, but they serve different purposes. While rate limiting can limit API usage to ensure stability, throttling prevents users from accessing your APIs over a certain period.

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Key Difference between ADO.NET and ASP.NET

When we plan to develop any web-based application using the .NET Framework, we need to use ASP.NET for development. But, while we are using ASP.NET for any application development, we can also use ADO.NET within that application. We often misunderstand that ASP.NET and ADO.NET are the same or related. But actually, it is not valid. Both are different in the concept of feature and functionality. But definitely, we can use both of them at a time within an application. So, here, we will mainly discuss the critical difference between ADO.NET and ASP.NET. 

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Scheduling Cron Jobs in ASP.NET 6 and C#

This article covers cron jobs and how we can leverage Quartz.Net to schedule cron jobs in ASP.NET 6. It shows how we can store messages in a PostgreSQL database using Devart for PostgreSql, Quartz.Net, and ASP.NET 6.

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Visual Studio 2022 Support in Devart .NET Connectivity Solutions

Devart is glad to announce the release of the new versions of multiple high-performance ADO.NET data providers, LinqConnect, and Entity Developer.

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Introduction to ADO.NET

ADO.NET is a part of .NET Framework that provides access to different types of data sources. ADO.NET supports relational, XML and application data. ADO.NET resides in a layer between data sources and client applications and enables customers to retrieve, manipulate and update data through ADO.NET object model.

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How to Work With Inheritance in Entity Framework Core

Entity Framework Core from Microsoft is a cross-platform, lightweight, and flexible version of its predecessor, Entity Framework. EF Core is an object-relational mapper (ORM) tool that offers a standardized way of storing and retrieving data to and from diverse data sources.

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The Ultimate Comparison of ADO.NET and Entity Framework

When developers start working on any applications (for both web or desktop versions), they spend a long time worrying about the backend database, its tables, and their relationships, stored procedures, views, etc. Along with this, they also need to consider the data schema which will return from the backend part for the application. For this type of operation, we can use many available frameworks such as DAO, RDO, ADO, ADO.NET, Entity Framework, etc. Out of these different frameworks, the most commonly used frameworks are ADO.NET and Entity Framework. So, after reading this article,  you will get a clear understanding of the following topics supported with clear examples:

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