A place where we write words Ignition Blog

Welcome to the Ignition Development blog, where we talk about a wide range of technical and non-technical topics.

Entity Framework

There are 3 entries for the tag Entity Framework

ASP.NET, Azure, Database, EntityFramework Performance Pointers

Jan’s magic performance improvement wand is legendary among the Ignition team and among some of our customers. However, behind the magic lurks common sense combined with years of experience at performance tuning. Over on his personal blog, he’s written a post that focuses on some common database related performance optimisations for applications hosted on Azure. Shifting an app to Windows Azure is a great way to expose database related performance issues. Quite simply, SQL Azure has some fundamental differences to a traditional “on site database”, such as limitations on DTUs (database throughput units) and the need to handle transient failures...

This blog entry was posted @ Thursday, August 13, 2015 11:36 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed under SQL · Technical

Common Entity Framework Errors and Performance Tips

Ignition Development’s own Jan Heggernes has written up a post where he covers some of the errors and worst practices he’s come across while working with it. Jan has done a lot of work with the Entity Framework, and specifically has spent a lot of time working with performance tuning applications using it, and he’s somewhat of an expert in this space. Check it out on his blog: Common Entity Framework Errors and Performance Tips   -Ross Tags: Entity Framework

This blog entry was posted @ Friday, July 29, 2011 8:46 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed under Technical · Team

Entity Framework with Caching and ViewState

Are you interested in a bit of information about the use of Entity Framework with Caching and ViewState? Well read on – actually, go back and read the link back there, this one. The post is quick introduction to EF caching in ASP.NET applications written by Ignition consultant Jan Heggernes. Tags: Entity Framework, Caching

This blog entry was posted @ Saturday, March 5, 2011 1:30 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed under Technical · Team