Entity Framework Core Questions and Answers

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Entity Framework Core is an ORM framework used to connect the database server aka data access with .Net Core or .Net 4.6+ applications. This book covers Entity Framework Core Interview Questions & Answers. Here, you will learn about the EF Core fundamentals, EF Core vs. Entity Framework 6, data modelling approaches, relationship, database migrations and querying database.

About the Book

Being into the software industry, we all are aware of data storage methodologies used by almost all the applications/websites like SQL, Oracle. To enable applications to access the data from data storage, we make use of ORM (Object Relational Mapping) like EF (Entity Framework). This book will help you get an overview of an ORM known as Entity Framework (EF) Core.

This book basically will focus on general topics which you can encounter while interviewing over an open source and cross platform ORM tool, Entity Framework Core:

  1. Introduction to O/RM.
  2. Entity Framework Core version history.
  3. Data Modelling approaches
  4. Defining Relationship among Entities using the Code First Approach.
  5. Defining Database Relationships like as 1:1, 1:M, M:M.
  6. Database Migrations for DB migration and rollback.
  7. Executing Plain SQL commands.
  8. Using Transactions with Entity Framework.

Table of Content

  1. Introducing EF Core
  2. EF Core and Database
  3. Database Modeling
  4. Migrations
  5. Querying Database

Release History

  1. Initial Release: 1.0.0 07th Mar 2019
Author and Full stack developer
Monalisa Das Angular, Web API, ASP.NET Core, MVC, Entity Framework, C#

With a mixed experience of being a Lecturer and now as a core .Net Developer, She hold a strong learning skill over keeping herself updated with the changing technologies in her area as well as other programming language like Python. She enjoy being challenged and working on projects that require her to work outside her comfort and knowledge set. Being a full stack developer, She has hands on over Asp.Net MVC, C#, Vb.Net, Web API, .Net Core, Angular5, Entity Framework (EF), EF Core, Bootstrap, SQL, Postgres to name a few.

 
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