Kimserey Lam's blog articles

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on 12/22/2017 4:54 AM
Save array of string EntityFramework Core EntityFramework is a ORM where R stands for Relational (database). Relational databases operate with tables, rows and columns. If we have an object containing an array of objects, by default, it would translate to two tables and a JOIN between the two tables. This behaviour is great if our initial model has links to other objects but not so great when the
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on 12/14/2017 5:29 PM
Microsoft Orleans logs warnings and errors Microsoft Orleans is a framework which helps building distributed system by implementing the actor model together with the concept of virtual actors, taking care of availability and concurrency. If you are unfamiliar with Microsoft Orleans, you can look at my previous blog post explaining the benefits of Microsoft Orleans. Even though Orleans promises to
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on 12/7/2017 5:05 PM
How to setup Continuous Integration/Deployment with GitLab for ASP NET Core application In any application, Continuous Integration and Continous Deployment environments are important to setup to remove respectively the risking of breaking your application while pushing code to master branch and having to manually deploy your application each time you need to either test it or deliver it. GitLab
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on 12/1/2017 3:36 AM
Prime NG data table for Angular In every web application there is a need to display data in a tabular form. If the amount of data is small, a simple combination of HTML with Bootstrap is enough. But when the data is large, or more advanced functionalities are needed like sort or pagination, a more elaborated table needs to be used. If you followed me, you must have noticed that I am a huge fan of
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on 11/23/2017 5:06 PM
Validation in ASP NET Core and Angular Validation is an important part of any application. There are two parts where validation is required, the API level and the frontend. The API validation is meant to prevent any malformed input to corrupt our data while the frontend validation is meant to guide the user to fill in a form by providing interactive feedback on her input. ASP NET Core for the
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