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Chapter 5: Creating Web Applications in Entity Framework with MVC

Table of Contents

The .NET Frameworks
The ASP.NET MVC Platform
Model-View-Controller Interaction
Software Stack
Preparing Visual Studio 2015 for Firebird Work
Creating a Project
Structure of the Project
Adding the Missing Packages
Creating an EDM
Creating a User Interface
Creating the Controller for the Customer Interface
Adapting the Controller to jqGrid
The Attribute ValidateAntiforgeryToken
Bundles
Views
Creating a UI for Secondary Modules
Controllers for Invoices
Views for Invoices
Dialog Boxes for Invoices
Authentication
Infrastructure for Authentication
Authorizing Access to Controller Methods
Source Code

This chapter will describe how to create web applications with Firebird as the back-end, using Microsoft™ Entity Framework™ and the Visual Studio 2015 environment.

We examine the specifics of creating a web application with this framework. The basic principles for working with Entity Framework and Firebird are described in the previous chapter, Creating Applications with Microsoft Entity Framework.

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