In previous post, I showed you how to implement a custom migration without using Entity Framework for Sqlite database in .Net core. In this post, I’ll use Entity Framework Migration to manage (upgrade / downgrade) our database structure. Both of approaches will work, you can choose one of 2 solutions as you prefer.
In previous post Entity Framework Code First Basic FAQ – Part 1, I discuss some frequently asked questions when I start working with Entity Framework Code First. This post will follow the spirit of the previous one, some interesting points of Entity Framework will be demonstrated in short code listings. In source code sample, you’ll… Continue reading Entity Framework Code First Basic FAQ – Part 2
Last month I’ve a chance to develop an app using Sqlite and Entity Framework Code First. Before I started with this project, I thought everything will be easy because Sqlite and Entity Framework are both popular framework. Maybe I just need to install some nuget packages and it will work like a charm. But… yes,… Continue reading Sqlite with Entity Framework Code First and Migration
The Entity Framework (EF) with Code First is so popular that any database developer should own skills for this kind of development. If you make a search of EF with Code First, you’ll find tons of tutorial figuring out how it works and all things relevant. Therefore in this blog post, I don’t intend to… Continue reading Entity Framework Code First Basic FAQ – Part 1
MVVM – Model View ViewModel is the new design pattern originated from Microsoft, introduced by Martin Flower in 2004 and widely used after a publication of Josh Smith on MSDN magazine in 2009. MVVM is targeted at modern user interface development platforms such as WPF and Silverlight which are completely differently designed to traditional developer.… Continue reading C# – MVVM and Entity Framework