Announcing Entity Framework EFCore 5.0 RC1, a "go-live" supported release. This release includes new features such as many-to-many.
Today, the Entity Framework Core team announces the first release candidate (RC1) of EF Core 5.0. This is a feature complete release candidate of EF Core 5.0 and ships with a "go live" license. You are supported using it in production. This is a great opportunity to start using EF Core 5.0 early while there is still time to fix remaining issues. We're looking for reports of any remaining critical bugs that should be fixed before the final release.
This release includes new features like many-to-many, property bags, event counters, required 1:1 dependents and the ability to intercept
SaveChanges and listen to save events. It also includes improvements to model-building, migrations, and more. A more in-depth look at what's new follows later in this blog post.
EF Core 5.0 will not run on .NET Standard 2.0 platforms, including .NET Framework.
To summarize: EF Core 5.0 runs on platforms that support .NET Standard 2.1.
EF Core is distributed exclusively as a set of NuGet packages. For example, to add the SQL Server provider to your project, you can use the following command using the dotnet tool:
dotnet add package Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.SqlServer --version 5.0.0-rc.1.20451.13
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Entity Framework Core EF Core 5.0 gets closer to a final release. RC2 is now available with bug fixes and a go-live license.
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Announcing the release of Entity Framework Core 5.0 Preview 5 featuring database collations, no tracking queries with identity resolution, bug fixes, and more.
Today, the Entity Framework Core team announces the eighth and final preview release of EF Core 5.0. The next release will be a release candidate (RC). This release includes table-per-type (TPT) mapping, table-valued functions, SQLite table rebuilds for migrations and much more.