Join Richard Goforth for an in-depth discussion in this video Non-Microsoft databases, part of Accessing Existing Databases with Entity Framework Core.
- [Instructor] So far, we've been looking at…Entity Framework Core against an MS SQL database.…Now, let's take a look at how to use it…to build applications against other database platforms.…First, we'll take a look at SQLite.…SQLite is a lightweight, single file database…that's commonly used for mobile and client applications.…Another platform is PostgreSQL,…which is a popular open source database.…We'll use it with .NET Core on a Mac to create an…all open source implementation with Entity Framework Core.…
Finally, we'll mention some of the other options…for Entity Framework Core in varying stages of development.…These include MySQL and DB2.…Let's jump in and have a look at setting up…a SQLite database with Entity Framework Core.…
- Setting up your project
- Connecting to a legacy database
- Scaffolding an initial model and context
- Improving the model
- Updating properties and indexes
- Adding concurrency tokens and timestamps
- Creating complex relationships
- Working with non-Microsoft databases such as SQLite and PostgreSQL
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started with EF Core: On Your Legacy Database
2. Improve the Model
3. Model Complex Relationships
4. Work with Non-Microsoft Databases
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