ADO.NET contains everything a .NET developer needs to create data access layers for their applications, but very little (if anything) is done for the developer. For example, ADO.NET requires the developer to first create connections, SQL statements, commands, and data readers, and then translate the data from the database into the application’s .NET classes that model the ...
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Philip Japikse, Kevin Grossnicklaus and Ben Dewey, Building Web Applications with Visual Studio 2017, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-2478-6_1
1. Introducing Entity Framework Core
Philip Japikse1 , Kevin Grossnicklaus2 and Ben Dewey3
(1)West Chester, Ohio, USA
(2)Ellisville, Missouri, USA
(3)Charleston, South Carolina, USA
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