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Beginning Entity Framework Core 2.0: Database Access from .NET by Derek J. Rouleau

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© Derek J. Rouleau 2018
Derek J. RouleauBeginning Entity Framework Core 2.0https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3375-7_7

7. Finishing Our ASP.NET MVC .NET Core 2.0 Project

Derek J. Rouleau
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East Baldwin, Maine, USA
 
Now that we have a basic application, let’s make it a bit more functional for the end users. Right now we have five controllers; Event, Home, Horse, Location, and Result. We have some data in our tables that we can work with and we have some pages for displaying, editing, creating, and deleting data from our models. This is a good start but we can do better. This chapter focuses on one model at a time and hopefully by the time we get to the last one, you’ll be able to do the work without my help. We start with the Location model, as ...

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