Category Archives: ORM

Why is EF Core so blazing fast than its Predesessor?

It’s worth noting that EF Core is a brand new shiny tool from Microsoft that has been built from the ground up. It is lightweight, extensible and it comes with a plethora of new features when compared with EF 6.x. … Continue reading

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EF 6.x or EF Core? I am confused!!!

If you are an enterprise developer or you are building a Line of Business Application and targeting the full .NET Framework and who also cares about visual tooling, EF 6.x is the way to go. It also means you can do … Continue reading

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Can’t get too far without Transactions support. Guess what? EF Core’s got your Back!!

A transaction symbolizes a unit of work performed within a database management system against a database, and treated in a coherent and reliable way independent of other transactions. A transaction generally represents any change in database. If the transaction is … Continue reading

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I don’t see Visual Tooling in EF Core. What are my options?

Folks, some of the cool features/workflows that you are used to using in EF 6.x and with some of the prior versions such as Entity First, Database First that provide visual tooling are a thing of the past in EF … Continue reading

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What does Connection Resiliency offer when using EF Core!

Connection Resiliency comes handy when you have a failed database operation. This operation could be the result of moving a database from one server to another for the purposes of load balancing, thus causing the database to become unavailable for a … Continue reading

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