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Fluent Entity Framework by Rebecca M. Riordan

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Choose an architecture

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We’re almost ready to start coding, but there are a few more decisions you need to make. First up, how will you structure your application’s architecture? (By “architecture” here, I mostly mean your project structure. The physical architecture—whether you’ll be using a server farm or putting the data on the cloud—is very much outside our scope.) Here are some things to think about:

Image Some platforms imply an architectural pattern. If you’re building in WPF, using MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) is almost a given, as is MVC (Model-View-Controller) ...

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