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Fluent Entity Framework by Rebecca M. Riordan

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11. On Your Own

So, we’ve reached the end of the book. I hope you feel a lot more comfortable with the what and how of Entity Framework than you were ten chapters ago.

This chapter is a little different. Well, actually, it’s a whole lot different. In this chapter I won’t be presenting any new information. Instead, I’ll walk you through building a little piece of the recipe application we’ve been playing with. Not a full-blown application, of course, and not a proper development workflow, but the beginnings of both. Enough, I think, to give you a sense of how the process works in the real world and help you consolidate what you’ve learned in the last 340 pages.

And I won’t be giving you answers. Instead, I’ll present you with some requirements ...

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