.Net Core

Extending EF Core DbContext

Entity Framework allows you to extend the DbContext class to add your own entities, extend existing entities, and customize them at runtime. All of these in a clean and simple manner, if you are willing to do so. It doesn’t even matter if those entities don’t have a table representation. You can do that by leveraging C# partial classes and method.

From .NET 2.2 to 3.1 – Routing issues

Having a website on 2.2, I thought that there is about the case to upgrade. Now or never I said. How hard can it be? I went pretty smooth, by using the -> migration guide..until…. I’ve bumped into routing. I’ve spent a decent amount of time trying to debug the…