API based Custom FormValidation using SemanticUI/Jquery

In the last post, we discussed on how to implement form validation and subsequent submit using the Semantic UI and JQuery. In this follow up post, we discuss how we can enhance the validation capabilities further, by having a custom validation that depends on an external API call. For the sake of example, let's focus … Continue reading API based Custom FormValidation using SemanticUI/Jquery

Workaround for MySql 5.7 EF DbFirst Issue

Anyone working on .Net application with MySql 5.7 and EF in Db First Approach would have come across what is an officially confirmed bug. ┬áThis bug rises when you attempt to generate/update your Entity Model after changes to the Database. "Unable to generate the model because of the following exception: 'System.Data.StrongTypingException: The value for column … Continue reading Workaround for MySql 5.7 EF DbFirst Issue

Form Validation and Submit using Semantic UI and JQuery

Bootstrap, despite all the effort to make it easily understandable, always relied heavily on its short hand notations for css classes. This seemed okay, until Semantic UI entered the race with its near perfect usage of natural language. The fact that it is well integrated with jQuery makes it a good choice for web developers. … Continue reading Form Validation and Submit using Semantic UI and JQuery

Design Patterns : Adapter Pattern

There is already a large amount of literature on the Internet which discusses Adapter Pattern. However, the purpose of article is to showcase the implementations of the Adapter Pattern, rather than discussing the application of the pattern. In this post, adapter class is implemented using 1. Inheritance 2. Dependency Injection 3. Generics Consider your old … Continue reading Design Patterns : Adapter Pattern