How To Store Information About The Sessions in Silverlight Applications For The Analysis – Part 2

Please begin by reading Part 1.

Now, create a table in the database and update the Entity Framework model. It may look like the image below:

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mojoPortal Tips: Creating a Custom Newsletter Template

So – you’ve got your mojoPortal website set up, you’ve been creating great content on your blog, people like what you’ve got to say, and once you set up your newsletter subscription, you’ve got people who’ve signed up to receive your newsletter. Now it’s time to get on the ball and get your newsletter template created, and send out that newsletter!

In mojoPortal Tips: Sending Newsletters to Your Subscribers, Part 1 and Part 2, we covered how to send out a newsletter to your subscribers. Before you do that, you’ll need to create a template that’s optimized for your needs.

mojoPortal comes with two default templates; “business1″ and “template1″. You can either start with these, or use your own. TemplatesBox provides a great selection of free newsletter templates, in a wide variety of styles and colors to work with your branding and site design. Learn More

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How To Store Information About The Sessions in Silverlight Applications For The Analysis – Part 1

In this article, I will teach you how to store information about the sessions in Silverlight Applications for analysis.

Why it is necessary?

Well, for example:

1. For the analysis of how many users are online at this moment;
2. For the analysis of geolocation by the IP addresses of users;
3. For the analysis of how many users visited the application today, yesterday, last 7 days and last 30 days;

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