Scott Guthrie, Microsoft’s ASP.NET and Atlas development guru, has posted a two-part article on using the Language Integrated Query, or LINQ, within ASP.NET projects.
- Part 1 how to create the ASP.NET page using LINQ, using rich collections of strings, refactoring collections, working with .NET Standard Query Operations and using Anonymous types.
- Part 2 details about DLINQ, or LINQ for databases, such as creating a DLINQ-enabled object model, hierarchical binding and basic pagination.
And more is on the way:
In my next few LINQ posts I’ll show how we will be able to build on top of the concepts I demonstrated above to easily add sorting, in-line editing, deleting, and selection support over our customer data – and also show how to easily Ajax enable it with Atlas.