In the latest version of .NET Core, project dependencies can be installed in a variety of ways. Learn about three: the nuget package manager; the package manager console,;and the project.json. Find out more on why the dependency installation process is significant and get tips on some keyboard shortcuts.
- [Narrator] So now we're ready to install entity framework.…Now, if you were just following the last video…and you still have your properties window…in the middle of the screen,…what you can do is simply drag it to the bottom…right hand corner of the solution explorer…and just make sure that the bottom right hand corner…has the blue light block and drop it…right back into where it belongs.…So now, to get started with installing…entity framework, let's go ahead…and first create a project by going…to file, new project, and we're…going to want to navigate under template,…visual C#, and select .NET core,…and make sure that we choose a console application…that's .NET core.…
We'll go ahead and name this project DemoConsole…and make sure only create directory for solution…is selected and nothing else,…and click OK.…In the upper right hand corner,…you might have seen that it was restoring…the dependencies, that's the nature…of these .NET core projects now.…And these dependencies can be seen…in the project adjacent file.…
- Entity Framework (EF) overview
- Uses for EF
- Installing EF
- Creating entities
- Creating the DbContext
- Performing migrations
- Creating an MVC application
- Installing EF packages
- Reverse engineering the model
- Performing context and dependency injection
- Creating the controller and the view
- Using SqlServerTypeMapper
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 06/23/2017. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: using the exercise files; Mac install prerequisites; Entity Framework on Mac, part 1; and Entity Framework on Mac, part 2.