We started this chapter enumerating a number of things we couldn't implement due to our dummy data provider limitations. In order to overcome these, we chose to replace it with a real data provider built upon a persistent database.
ED Core seemed an obvious choice to get what we wanted, so we added its relevant packages to our project. We briefly enumerated the available data modeling approaches and we resorted to using code-first due to its flexibility.
Right after that, we proceeded to create our entity classes:
ApplicationUser, together with a set of relationships taking advantage of the renowned EF's convention over configuration approach. Then we built our
ApplicationDbContext class accordingly.
After completing our ...