You get only "properties to update" to populate your view (and then to update).
There's still will be the 2 queries for updating (get original update it), but I wouldn't call this a "Con".
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In my video I use my computer to share its internet connection with the Fire TV Stick so that I have full control of the connection. Instead, you can use your routers settings to stop the connection, or even just pull the power to your modem or router. You can try to follow this method without blocking updates, but be aware that the Fire TV Stick continues to try downloading updates in the background, even after you pass the “Checking for Updates” screen.
One of the questions I was asked recently while speaking at the Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group and the Orange County SQL Server User Group (*) was regarding the order in which jobs like rebuilding indexes or updating statistics should be executed as part of the database maintenance activities.
If your Fire TV Stick is running a newer software version, this method may not work for you.
This method involves cutting the Fire TV Stick’s internet connection at a precise moment during the initial setup.
If that's your only performance problem, you're an happy man ;)Thanks @Raphaël Althaus, very valid point.
I could do this, but I have to create CRUD operation for a number of tables so I'm looking for a method that can work with the model directly to save me creating n-1 View Model for each Model.
And more secure (no need to fear about malicious "hidden fields" or things like that)I think you are right, my bad for trying to overlook View Models. I usually go one step further as per Dino Esposito's blog and create Input Models too, a tad belt and braces but it works quite well.
Just means 2 extra models per models - doh ;-)One of the problems with this approach is that you can't mock db. EF has a reasonably good mocking story elsewhere - it's pretty annoying that (so far as I can tell) they don't have one here. I believe there is yet another way to approach this as well.
And after that, I didn’t bother to open Kaspersky as I was under the impression that it would automatically download the database and requires no manual intervention but I was wrong.