The Entity Framework Code First approach allows us to create a model as a plain class and then the database gets created from the domain model or entity class. In the Code First approach, the database gets created from the classes. Some advantages of the Entity Framework Code First approach include (as stated in Scott … Continue reading How to create relationships between entities in the Entity Framework Code First Approach
In this article, we will learn how to create an ASP.NET Web API using the Repository pattern and the Entity Framework code first approach. Essentially you’ll learn how to: Create a core project which will contain entity and the repository interface; Create an Infrastructure project which will contain database operations code using the Entity Framework … Continue reading Creating an ASP.NET Web API using the Entity Framework Code First approach and the Repository pattern
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In this post we will walk through basics of Entity Framework migration commands and learn about Code First Approach. Entity Framework allows you to create database from plain classes. You can model your domain into classes and subsequently database can be created or updated from the model using Entity Framework.
Title: Programming Entity Framework: Code First Number of Pages < 200 Price: $9.99 Kindle Edition $21.59 Paperback Buy here I got an opportunity to get a copy of book Programming Entity Framework: Code First from well-known author, speaker and an authority on Entity Framework Julie Lerman . I was very excited to get book … Continue reading Reviewing Programming Entity Framework : Code First by Julie Lerman and Rowan Miller