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Entity Framework Core 2: Getting Started

Entity Framework Core 2: Getting Started
| Pub Date: 6th February 2018 | | Pages/Duration: 2h 40m | Language: English | Format: MP4 AVC 1280×720 AAC 44KHz 2ch | Size: 526 MB


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This course will help those with experience in earlier versions of EF and EF Core, and developers completely new to Entity Framework, learn how to build data models with EF Core, how to use EF Core to let your software interact with data in your databases. Entity Framework Core 2 is the newest version of Microsoft’s O/RM for performing database persistence in .NET-based software. EF Core is a lightweight and extensible version of Entity Framework that has been written from the ground up. Whether you are new to EF Core or looking to see how to shift your earlier EF experience to EF Core, this course can help you get started. First, you’ll learn how to define an EF Core data model to act as a bridge between your .NET objects and your database. You’ll then learn how to interact with the data model using EF Core’s various APIs. Finally you’ll be shown how to incorporate this model into a desktop application based on the .NET Framework and a cross-platform ASP.NET Core MVC application. By the end of this course, you will be able to build .NET framework, or .NET Core software using EF Core 2. All coding will be done in Visual Studio 2017 in a Windows environment. + Table of Contents 01 – Course Overview 02 – Introduction and Overview 03 – What Is Entity Framework Core 04 – Where You Can Build and RunApps with EF Core 2 05 – How EF Core Works 06 – The Path From EF6 to EF Core to EF Core 2 07 – EF Core 2 New Features 08 – Looking Ahead to EF Core 2.1 and Beyond 09 – Review and Resources 10 – Introduction and Overview 11 – Setting up the Solution 12 – Adding EF Core with the NuGet Package Manager 13 – Creating the Data Model with EF Core 14 – Specifying the Data Provider and Connection String 15 – Understanding EF Core Migrations 16 – Adding Your First Migration 17 – Inspecting Your First Migration 18 – Using Migrations to Script or Directly Create the Database 19 – Recreating the Model in .NET Core 20 – Adding Many-to-many and One-to-one Relationships 21 – Reverse Engineering an Existing Database 22 – Review and Resources 23 – Introduction and Overview 24 – Getting EF Core to Output SQL Logs 25 – Inserting Simple Objects 26 – Batching Commands When Saving 27 – Querying Simple Objects 28 – Filtering Data in Queries 29 – Updating Simple Objects 30 – Disconnected Updates 31 – Deleting Objects with EF Core 32 – Review and Resources 33 – Introduction and Overview 34 – Inserting Related Data 35 – Eager Loading Related Data 36 – Projecting Related Data in Queries 37 – Using Related Data to Filter Objects 38 – Modifying Related Data 39 – Review and Resources 40 – Introduction and Overview 41 – EF Core on the Desktop or Device 42 – The Desktop Application – Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 43 – Creating the WPF Application 44 – Walking Through the WPF Data Access 45 – EF Core in ASP.NET Core MVC 46 – Adding Related Data into the MVC App 47 – Coding the MVC App’s Relationships 48 – Review and Resources