Posts (async)

This is a demonstration of GenericServices' database CRUD (Create, Read, Update/Edit and Delete) services done asynchronously, i.e. using Entity Framework 6's Async commands. Async commands are designed to free up the current thread while something outside the web server is running, in this case a database access. This should make the site able to handle more users, but the individual action takes a little bit longer. (See Posts for normal versions of the same commands).

Below you will see a table of posts which can be manipulated. We have chosen a POST as an example as it has the following attributes:


Create New Post | Go to TagsAsync Page | Reset blogs data Explanation of the code
BloggerName Title Last updated TagNames
Ada Lovelace About Ada Lovelace 23/05/2019 About Me Edit | Details | Delete
Ada Lovelace Thoughts on programming with a spanner 23/05/2019 Programming, My Opinion Edit | Details | Delete
Ada Lovelace Babbage engine - the internals 23/05/2019 Programming, Education Edit | Details | Delete
Ada Lovelace An algrorithm for winning on the horses 23/05/2019 Programming, Vices and Foibles, Personal Edit | Details | Delete
Ada Lovelace Women in programming - we got here first 23/05/2019 Programming, My Opinion, Personal Edit | Details | Delete
Sherlock Holmes About Sherlock Holmes 23/05/2019 About Me Edit | Details | Delete
Sherlock Holmes Sound qualities of 221b Baker Street 23/05/2019 Personal, Entertainment Edit | Details | Delete
Sherlock Holmes Using urchins as an information source 23/05/2019 Business Edit | Details | Delete
Sherlock Holmes My considered option on the TV adaptions of my life 23/05/2019 My Opinion, Entertainment Edit | Details | Delete
Sherlock Holmes Professor Moriarty's habits and acquaintances 23/05/2019 Education, Business Edit | Details | Delete
Homer Simpson About Homer Simpson 23/05/2019 About Me Edit | Details | Delete
Homer Simpson I am in love with Beer, oh sorry I meant Marge 23/05/2019 Vices and Foibles, Personal Edit | Details | Delete
Homer Simpson Homer's Php... No, pph... D'oh, PhD. 23/05/2019 Education Edit | Details | Delete
Delay for 500ms (async) Useful for checking capacity of web server