Introducing EF Core Compiled Models. EF Core creates an internal model for entity types and their database mappings. This model is typically built once when the application starts. Starting with EF Core 6.0, it is now possible to instead build this model at compile time. This can reduce startup time by up to 67% for large models. Join us for this Community Standup, where the team will introduce compiled models and demo their use.
Guest Koen Bekkenutte will introduce us to the EFCore.Triggered project and discuss its advantages and how it differs from domain events and database triggers. See how it is implemented and how the project uses EF Core's ChangeTracker and SaveChanges interception. As always, the EF Core team and Koen will be responding to live Q&A.
Do you want to contribute to EF Core but are uncertain where to begin? We’re here to help! In this episode of the EF Core Community Standup, we will add an EF Core feature live. We’ll go through everything from forking the repo, adding the code and related tests, and generating the pull request. Learn how the codebase is organized, how to build and how to run tests and receive answers to your questions in real time direct from the team that brings you magic unicorns!
RUD Operation with ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core And SQL Server. This is part of my previous video where I have explained following topics ➤ What is Model View Controller Pattern ➤ How MVC works ➤ Structure of ASP.NET Core MVC Application ➤ How to install Nuget packages for Entity Framework Core ➤ How to create model classes with Annotation for validation ➤ How to create Entity Framework Context class and how to configure the database connection. ➤ How to Create Migration with Help of Entity Framework Tools Nuget package and Use of Add-Migration command. ➤ How to apply migration with Entity Framework Core in SQL Server database with Update-Database Command ➤ How to create Scaffolding and How to create Controller and Views with Scaffolding in Visual Studio. ➤ Explanation of Code generated and How entity Framework Core works. ➤ How to do validation in Forms and how to use ASP.NET Core Tag helpers for that.
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Learn how to take advantage of the new advanced features recently added to EF Core Power Tools: - reverse engineer .dacpac files, renaming of tables, columns and even navigations, excluding columns, working with multiple DbContexts in the same project, map spatial columns and SQL Server stored procedures. The session will also include a look under the hood of EF Core Power Tools reverse engineering.
This article will walk you through the steps to create a basic GraphQL API on ASP.NET Core using GraphQL for .NET, Entity Framework Core, Autofac, and the Repository design pattern. We will create an API that presents a movie and its reviews. In GraphQL, queries are used to read data, and mutations are used to create, update and delete data.
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We asked, and you listened! Nearly 4,000 developers responded to the EF Core 2020 survey. In this edition of the community standup, senior program manager Jeremy Likness will review the survey results and discuss how they impact the plan for EF Core 6.0. The team will be available to answer your questions live.
In this episode, Arthur Vickers returns to chat some more with Jeremy about some of the new features in Entity Framework Core 5. In particular, they’ll be diving deep into the building blocks of many-to-many. You’ll see how they can be configured to allow flexible mapping and access to the underlying join table.
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EF Core 5.0 includes support for many-to-many relationships and TPT mapping, two sorely missed features from EF6. Join us for a whirlwind tour where we compare EF Core 5.0 features with those from classic EF6. In this episode, Jeremy chats with his teammate Arthur Vickers about some of the new and very useful features that are available in Entity Framework Core 5.
In this episode, Fritz begins accessing data using Entity Framework Core. We learn about create, read, update, and delete interactions with relational datab...
Tests are an integral part of software development. Unit tests are small pieces of code that test individual program elements and in Entity Framework Core 5 it’s surprisingly easy to write them.
You would really like to take advantage of Entitly Framewrk Core 5.0, but you are not familiar with the dotnet command line and the EF Core commands. See how the "EF Core Power Tools" for Visual Studio 2019 comes to your rescue!
Entity Framework Core 5.0: The Next Generation for Data Access. Use C#, .NET classes, and LINQ to interact with databases like Sqlite, Azure SQL Server and even Azure Cosmos DB from .NET 5 apps with Entity Framework Core. See the latest features in action like many-to-many, table-per-type and filtered includes.
Learn how to use Entity Framework (EF) Core with Azure SQL DB and Azure Cosmos DB. EF Core is a lightweight, extensible, open source, and cross-platform version of the popular Entity Framework data access technology.
We'll be showing new features around case sensitivity and collations in Entity Framework Core 5.0. We'll also provide a glimpse into how these features were designed, and what considerations and constraints guide the EF team - performance, cross-database support, usability and more. Come see how we design EF features under the hood!
In this video, I am going to walk through how to use Inline query for Insert, Update, and Delete in Entity Framework Core. Entity Framework Core is the .Net Core version of Entity Framework. That is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) tool for .Net Framework to work with databases.
Microsoft released Entity Framework Core 5.0 RC1, together with .NET 5. EF Core is an object-database mapper for .NET, allowing developers to work with a database using .NET objects.