Entity Framework Core in Action, 2nd Ed (Manning)
Monday, 28 June 2021

This is an in-depth guide to reading and writing databases with EF Core. The updated and revised second edition has over 100 diagrams, code snippets, and examples—including building and scaling your own bookselling web application.Jon P. Smith draws on his experience working with EF Core in production to show time-saving patterns and best practices for security, performance tuning, and unit testing.

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Author: Jon P. Smith
Publisher: Manning
Date: June 2021
Pages: 624
ISBN: 978-1617298363
Print: 1617298360
Audience: Developers using Entity Framework
Level: Intermediate
Category: ASP.NET

efcore

Topics covered:

 

  • Configure EF to define every table and column
  • Update your schema as your app grows
  • Integrating EF with existing C# application
  • Write and test business logic for database access   
  • Applying a Domain-Driven Design to EF Core
  • Getting the best performance out of EF Core

 

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