If you do not already have MVC 4 installed you can download it from
You must also install the “Visual Web Developer” feature in Visual Studio to be able to open and work with MVC projects. In the next dialog box, select “Empty” for the template type, this mean that the project will not be pre-filled with any default controllers, models or views so we can show every step in building the application. Leave the “Create a unit test project” box unchecked, as for the purposes of this example project it is not needed.
The following is the end result of an afternoon of conversions.
It still hasn’t been fully tested and may contain bugs, errors or other terrible things.
To demonstrate the ease of using Brightstar DB with ASP.
NET MVC, we will use the well-known “Nerd Dinner” tutorial used by . We won’t recreate the full Nerd Dinner application, but just a portion of it, to show how to use Brightstar DB for code-first data persistence, and show how it not only matches the ease of creating applications from scratch, but surpasses Entity Framework by introducing pain free model changes (more on that later). Nerd Dinner sample application shows a simple model layer, using ASP.
NET membership is designed to enable you to easily use a number of different membership providers for your ASP. You can use the supplied membership providers that are included with the .
NET Framework, or you can implement your own provider.
I created my CMS (called Osiris) originally with ASP in mind. Net 2.0, I had the chance to use the existing role based authentication.
Note: If you are not familiar with the membership features of ASP.