In the previous chapter, we used LINQ to query in-memory objects. Before we dive further into the world of LINQ to Entities, we first need to look at the relationships between LINQ to Entities and LINQ to Objects.
Some key differences between LINQ to Entities and LINQ to Objects are as follows:
ObjectContext/DbContextobject is the bridge between LINQ and the database (we will learn more about
ObjectContext/DbContextlater). LINQ to Objects doesn't need any intermediate LINQ provider or API.
IQueryable<T>, whereas LINQ to Objects returns data of type