Accessing Existing Databases With Entity Framework Core

Accessing Existing Databases With Entity Framework Core

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Not every .NET development project starts from scratch. Often you're rewriting applications to take advantage of different data sources, or to make connections to legacy data in more efficient ways. Entity Framework (EF) plays extremely well with existing databases, and it can generate some of the data-access code for you automatically. Using the practical techniques shown in this course, you will be able to use EF Core with existing relational databases, and modify the generated code as necessary. Richard Goforth shows how to connect to a database, scaffold a model from it, and begin improving on that model. He uses shadow properties, backing fields, inheritance relationships, concurrency tokens, and other techniques to best map a database to an application. No matter how untidy your tables and fields, EF will help you write clean, cross-platform code that is easy to maintain in the long run.
Learn how to improve code against existing databases (including less than desirable legacy databases) using Entity Framework Core.
Publisher: Carpenteria, CA lynda.com, 2016.
Copyright Date: ©2016
Subjects: Nonfiction films.
Educational films.
Internet videos.
Instructional films.
Additional Contributors: lynda.com (Firm)

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