[CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

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    Software Engineer Moogly is offline
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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    Quote Originally Posted by Quackster View Post
    Yeah, use Rust, don't actually take Windows Server seriously, please don't.
    I run ASP .NET Core on Linux... But I think I'll be making the shift to Rust. I have a potential job in the future where I will need to work in Rust so I may dive into the language fully starting now. I'm prototyping through another project before I migrate this one over. Good time to do so since it's so young. I've got the libraries I want to use picked out already.

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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    Revelations CMS. The Rapture, coming to your hotel but not in the foreseeable future.

    I almost forgot, lets roll back to 2013 for a second



    Good luck!

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    Retired maritnmine is offline
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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    Looks very promising. I felt like making a joke about why you would do something in ASP, but someone already made that mistake :( Just curious, why did you go with EF instead of Dapper? Been using Dapper for a while now and I love the simplicity of it compared to EF where I always managed to get into a corner where I tried to do something that wasn't really supported.

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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    That design is too simple and too poor for being a Habbo CMS, I think.

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    Software Engineer Moogly is offline
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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    Quote Originally Posted by maritnmine View Post
    Looks very promising. I felt like making a joke about why you would do something in ASP, but someone already made that mistake :( Just curious, why did you go with EF instead of Dapper? Been using Dapper for a while now and I love the simplicity of it compared to EF where I always managed to get into a corner where I tried to do something that wasn't really supported.
    Used Dapper for an Azure Function I had built at work but never since. I've gotten used to EF Core and know a lot of the edge cases, especially when it comes to GIS w/ EF Core I've had the 'pleasure' of working around all the edge cases for the sake of 'deploying into production'. So I'm going with what I'm much more familiar with.

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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    Why did you post screenshots if you've not built anything yet? Like sure, ASP.NET Core defaults to bootstrap but you can easily throw that out and use your own UI frameworks.
    I did habbo retro stuff in the past as a little skiddie when I was like 12. That was almost ten years ago.


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    Evil Scottish Overlord Joopie is offline
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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    I thought a new development thread was posted. Little did I know this was just a giant bump. GG.



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    Re: [CMS] Dusk [ASP .NET Core / EF Core / Comet]

    No update for over 3 years, thread is closed.

    If development ever resumes, please report the thread and one of the mods will reopen it.
    The Habbo archives: http://alex-dev.org/archive/



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