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Learn Entity Framework Core 2.0 (EFC2) using ASP.Net Core

This course will give you a low level understanding of Entity Framework Core 2 & how to use it ASP.Net Core.

  Nilay Mehta

   Development, Web Development, .Net

Language - English Published on 10/2020

Description

The Entity Framework is a set of technologies that support the development of data-oriented applications to work with relational data. It is is an ORM.

The Entity Framework provides services like tracking, identity resolution, lazy loading, and query translation so that developers can focus on their application-specific business logic rather than the data access fundamentals. It  enables developers to work with data in the form of domain-specific objects and properties.

Entity Framework (EF) Core is a lightweight, extensible, and cross-platform version of the Entity Framework data access technology.Entity framework supports various database provider including Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite, PostgreSQL, MySQL. We can use EFC2 in Full .Net Application, UWP, and .Net Core. 

Through this series we will learn how to handle CRUD operations, Code First & Data First Approaches, Migration & Seeding, and Advance Data, Entity, Model concepts.

Along with this we will also see how to send request from PCM & dotnet ef commands.

We will learn all above things through this video series. If you have any doubts then you can contact me via mail and Q & A.

Who this course is for:

  • This is for newbies who want to learn Entity Framework Core 2.0
  • Newbies for Object/Relational Mapping (ORM)
  • Perform operations on MS SQL Server using EFC2

What Will I Get ?

  • Perform CRUD operations
  • Code First & Data First Approach
  • Migration & Seeding
  • Advance Model Designing
  • Advance Data Operations

Requirements

  • Basic Asp. Net development & C# concepts
  • Basic knowledge of SQL server

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