Atul Shukla

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My Experiments with an N-tier Service Oriented Application Part 4: Database

In today’s post, we will talk about setting up the database. While most developers prefer to work in a Code-First kind of an approach, I will using a Database-First approach for this project. The main reasoning behind this is that in almost all real world examples, someone else will be creating the database (or already has), for your application. While Code-First allows integrating with an existing database, the actual database-first route makes more sense to me.  Continue reading

My Experiments with an N-tier Service Oriented Application Part 1

Welcome to the first of (possibly) many posts about me setting up an N-tier service oriented application architecture. In this and the posts that follow, I will try to recount some obvious, and some not-so-obvious elements in setting up an application. Initially the application will have a responsive web client, but the architecture will be setup in a way so as to support other potential clients (mobile apps being the obvious one). Continue reading

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