In this section, we demonstrate how to connect to a database, query it and display the results of the query. There is little code in this section—the IDE provides visual programming tools and wizards that simplify accessing data in apps. These tools establish database connections and create the objects necessary to view and manipulate the data through Windows
Forms GUI controls—a technique known as data binding.
For the examples in Sections 22.5–22.8, we’ll create one solution that contains several projects. One will be a reusable class library containing the ADO.NET Entity Data Model for interacting with the
Books database. The other projects will be Windows Forms apps that use the ADO.NET Entity Data Model ...