Object Relational Mapping is the process of mapping data types between an object-oriented language as C++ to a relational type system as SQL. So what is the challenge? C++ has different types of primitive types as,intchar, float, double and variations of that. So it’s a real challenge to map all these to an actual SQL type. There may be or may not be an exact type that is similar to the C++ types. Say for,float C++ and SQL may support a different kind of standards too. So there are different tools to do this job. There are a lot of matured libraries too out there in the market. ODB is one that is really nice.
Use of Realm object in Realm event handler
React with .NET Core and MySQL – navigation and routing
In the previous post, we’ve dockerized our ASP.NET Core application. In this post, we are going to add a MySQL database as another container and connect it with our application.
To finalize the coding part of the series, we are going to implement the logic for deleting the entity.
How to update the owner entity by creating a form for the update action and by sending the PUT request towards our server
Creating a new owner and using our child components and directives is our goal in this post.
Creating a simple ORM for C++ on-top of SQL Database
While developing our project, sometimes our components may become large and hard to read. So, it is always a good choice to split that big component into a few smaller ones.
Error handing in .NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL
As a continuation to a previous post (in which I’ve shown you how to use subscription), we are now going to implement that subscription to our HTTP requests in order to display the data on the page.
Setting up MySQL backups with point in time recovery, while storing them in Amazon S3 for higher durability and reliability
Angular HTTP and environment files
.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL
After finishing the server part, we are continuing on to the client side, by utilizing one of the most popular frameworks out there, Angular 4.
Application of SocketPro onto various databases for continuous inline request/result batching and real-time stream processing with bi-directional asynchronous data transferring
This article shows how we optimized MySQL using Intel® C++ Compiler and its Interprocedural Optimization (IPO) capability.
How to create POST, PUT and DELETE requests
In this part, we are going to talk about implementing the business logic for getting the resources from the server.
Implementation of the logging mechanism in .NET Core by using the NLog library.
What is Repository pattern and why should you use it?
ETL Testing and data-validation, dynamic SQL rule generator
Here are four ways Toad Edge makes it easier for your company to take open source database development seriously
This article provides a technical review of the cloud-based database offerings from Alibaba Cloud, Oracle, and IBM. We’ll look at both SQL and NoSQL options.