Each of those tweets has 2 hashtags (chosen from a set of 10,000 hash tags).
To demonstrate the ease of using Brightstar DB with ASP.
The same hashtag may appear in more than one tweet, and so the collection of Tweets is marked with the ‘Inverse Property’ attribute to show that it is the other end of the collection of Hash Tags in the ITweet interface: In order to show the speed at which objects can be created, persisted and index in Brightstar DB, the console application creates 100 users, each with 500 tweets.
Step 5: Creating the data model interfaces Brightstar DB data models are defined by a number of standard . The Nerd Dinner model is very simple (especially for this tutorial) and only consists of a set of “Dinners” that refer to specific events that people can attend, and also a set of “RSVP”s that are used to track a person’s interest in attending a dinner.
We create the two interfaces as shown below in the Models folder of our project.
IUser The IUser interface represents a user on Twitter, with simple string properties for the username, bio (profile text) and date of registration.
The ‘Following’ property shows the list of users that this user follows, the other end of this relationship is shown in the ‘Followers’ property, this is marked with the ‘Inverse Property’ attribute to tell Brightstar DB that Followers is the other end of the Following relationship.
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You must also install the “Visual Web Developer” feature in Visual Studio to be able to open and work with MVC projects. In the next dialog box, select “Empty” for the template type, this mean that the project will not be pre-filled with any default controllers, models or views so we can show every step in building the application. Leave the “Create a unit test project” box unchecked, as for the purposes of this example project it is not needed.