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Entity Framework

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  • Create a Simple .NET Workflow App From Scratch – Your Ultimate Guide
    For the simplicity we will use MSSQLProvider to fetch the data from the database. This class has basic functionality, if you want to create complex database queries, for example JOIN, you'd better use something like Entity Framework. - Source: / 2 months ago
  • Entity Framework Core in .NET 7 7️⃣
    I only wanted to give a simple preview of what can be done with Entity Framework, but if this is something that interests you and you want to go further in-depth with all the possibilities, I recommend checking out the official docs where you can also find a great tutorial which will guide you through building your very own .NET Core web application. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Got an internship, need help with .NET
    Entity Framework documentation hub - Entity Framework is a modern object-relation mapper that lets you build a clean, portable, and high-level data access layer with .NET (C#) across a variety of databases, including SQL Database (on-premises and Azure), SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Azure Cosmos DB. It supports LINQ queries, change tracking, updates, and schema migrations. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How to create a "Database Project" that can be used across multiple .NET apps?
    You can create the DAL using your existing code or start using a Object Relational Mapper like Entity Framework which will do a lot of the work for you, check this out here: also check out LINQ. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Website with Database. use C#
    And, possibly (not strictly speaking necessary but very useful) Entity framework as a backend part of it. Source: over 1 year ago
  • NET 6 / EF Core doesn't support model and method generation from stored procedures?
    EF is a library written by Microsoft themselves no less, and provided totally for free under a permissive open source license. And not only do Microsoft engineers continue to work on it (and have been continuously since EF Core 1 back in 2017), tons of non-MS coders have contributed code, bug fixes and raised issues. Probably millions of dollars of dev time have been poured into EF. There's massive amounts of... Source: over 1 year ago
  • How To Convert a SQL Query Into C# LINQ
    Depending on your needs, and what is already implemented in your solution, you might need to create a data context class. A data context class provides a connection to the database and maps database objects to C# classes. A data context class can be created manually by you, or when you’re using Entity Framework (EF), you can generate a *data context class *using that. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Is there a backend to use that is fun to use like Svelte is fun to use on the frontned?
    I like to use the .net web api. Especially with the minimal api paired with entity framework as an ORM. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Which framework to start with?
    If you will be using a database then it will be worthwhile learning Entity Framework. A simplified explanation of what EF is is that with it you use classes for database tables and EF does most of the database details for you. It takes time to learn but saves time after that. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What you need know to get a job with .NET 👨‍💻💜
    📌Microsoft reference: Entity Framework documentation. - Source: / almost 2 years ago
  • Incredibly overwhelmed.
    For db interaction I'd recommend entity framework core EF Docs. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Performance Improvements in .NET 6
    EF = Entity Framework. (1) It's an ORM (Object-rational Mapper) for querying SQL databases into objects. Somewhat the same space as "Hibernate" in Java. Some prefer e.g. Dapper as it's much more light-weight. EF is very much a big thing, but some people need and want that. 1) 2) - Source: Hacker News / almost 3 years ago
  • What is the best way to learn Entity Framework?
    I think EF is quite well documented by microsoft Source: about 3 years ago
  • My first basic API with ASP.NET
    NuGet package manager and the different libraries. Entity Framework Core, which appears to be an important part of developing in ASP.NET. - Source: / over 3 years ago
  • Comparison between TypeORM and Entity Framework with LINQ
    ORM is a programming technique to query and manipulate data from data sources using an object-oriented paradigm. ORM supports developers who do not have enough knowledge about complex SQL syntaxes and DB methodology = ORM acts as a translator between the data sources and your system in your preferred languages such as Java or Python. Entity Framework and TypeORM are both open source libraries but Entity Framework... - Source: / over 3 years ago

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