Learn how to work with Entity Framework Core, the popular tool for object-relational mapping (ORM). This course covers querying data, persisting data, DbContext options, and more.
- [Phil] Welcome to Essential Entity Framework Core Part One. My name is Phil Japikse, and I will be your host. So this course is all about CRUD operations with Entity Framework, that's create, read, update, and delete. We're going to start with a nice little overview of Entity Framework, get you up to speed in case you haven't used prior versions of it, talk just briefly about dotnet core and the cross-platform capabilities, and then we're going to dive right in to restoring the AdventureWorks Sample Database, and then we're going to query it all different ways.
Then, we're going to close with some of the different options and configuration choices for the DB context. Again, this course is all about CRUD operations on Entity Framework, I hope you enjoy the course.
- Entity Framework Core components and projects
- Working with scaffolded files
- Testing with xUnit
- Viewing generated SQL
- Composing queries
- Sorting and filtering results
- Working with aggregates
- Loading related data
- Logging and tracking
- Mapping functions
- Generics and delegates
- Checking concurrency
- Resiliency and transactions
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Entity Framework Corewith Reynald Adolphe1h 35m Intermediate
1. Get to Know Entity Framework
2. Set the Stage
3. Querying Data: Part 1
4. Querying Data: Part 2
5. Advanced Query Features
6. Persisting Data
7. DbContext Options and Configuration
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