Solution: Finishing the "Artists" Section7:41 with James Churchill
Let's review my solution for finishing the "Artists" section of the web app.
To follow along committing your changes to this course, you'll need to fork the dotnet-comic-book-library-manager repo. Then you can clone, commit, and push your changes to your fork like this:
git clone <your-fork> cd dotnet-comic-book-library-manager git checkout tags/Final -b solution-finishing-the-artists-section
Finished Project Code
Here's how to get the code for the finished project using repositories (as it was shown in the course):
git clone email@example.com:treehouse-projects/dotnet-comic-book-library-manager.git cd dotnet-comic-book-library-manager
To review the code for the query and command version of the project, run this command (after running the above commands):
git checkout query-and-command-version
Additional Project Idea
Need an idea for an additional project? How about updating the Comic Book Gallery website from the ASP.NET MVC Basics course to use the data access code in the class library project from this course?
Here's how to get the code for the finished Comic Book Gallery website project:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:treehouse-projects/aspnet-comic-book-gallery.git cd aspnet-comic-book-gallery
Additional Treehouse Resources
For more information about Entity Framework, see these Treehouse courses and workshops.
- Entity Framework Basics
- Entity Framework Migrations
- Entity Framework Data Concurrency
- Entity Framework Query Performance
For more information about ASP.NET MVC, see these Treehouse courses.
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