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ASP.NET Core full CRUD with .NET 5 | MSSQL/MySQL | EF code first

ASP.NET Core full CRUD with .NET 5 | MSSQL/MySQL | EF code first

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List CRUD

List CRUD is ASP.NET Core (5.0), C#, EF code first web applications which help you to create, update delete and read operation very smoothly with cool UI and firster paging, sorting, and searching functionality.

Technologies

Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2019, ASP.NET Core 5.0, Entity Framework Code First, MS SQL SERVER 2017/MySQL, JavaScript, JQuery data table, bootstrap 4, sweetalert, toastr,Fontawesome etc.

Prerequisite Application

Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2019, Dot Net Core 5.0, MS SQL SERVER 2017, IIS, Chrome/Edge Browser.

Live Demo

http://107.155.65.4:81

FAQ

Full Source Code and code first project running guideline.

Demo Video Preview

https://youtu.be/u-o-xjbFSnk

Key Features

  • Full CRUD without full page load.
  • MSSQL/MySQL
  • .NET 5.0
  • EF Code first
  • Faster data load with 100k plus demo data loading
  • Faster searching
  • Faster pagination
  • sweetalert
  • Bootstrap Modal
  • Data export
  • Column ordering
  • Clean code with full tech support

How to Run Project

Step 1:
Unzip the downloaded folder(ListCRUD_src)

Step 2:
Open ListCRUD.sln file with Visual Studio 2019

Step 3:
Update database connection: appsettings.json
“DefaultConnection”: “Server=DEVSTATION\\MSSQLSERVER2017;Database=ListCRUD;User ID=sa;Password=dev123456”
  • Server=Your MS SQL Server Name
  • User ID= Your MS SQL Server User Name
  • Password= Your MS SQL Server User Password
Step 4:
Build and run by pressing f5
https://localhost:44373/
  • Initially in SQL server, 100k plus demo data will be created in the database dynamically as a code-first approach.

Supports:

If you want to modify or add new features, you can always contact us at, shahedbddev@gmail.com

Version 1.0.2

MySQL Support
No full page load

Version 1.0.1

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