In this post, I am explaining generic repository pattern using EF7. The Repository Pattern is a common construct to avoid duplication of data access logic throughout our application. The purpose of the repository is to hide the details of accessing the data. We can easily query the repository for data objects, without having to know how to provide things like a connection string. The Repository pattern adds a layer between the data and domain layers of an application. It also makes the data access parts of an application better testable.
Due to some technical issues, I am migrating my blog from WordPress to Jekyll. I am trying to migrate old posts as well, but I am not sure. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Initially I thought of creating the blog again in Azure, but I am using MSDN subscription from my company, so I thought of using some other and I found github pages, where I created my page long back.
This is post is about integrating Google reCaptcha for ASP.NET 5. To use reCaptcha in your website, you need to register in the reCaptcha website. You need to provide the label, domain name and email address of the owners.