Entity Framework in Depth The Complete Guide

Connect your applications to a SQL Server database
Entity Framework in Depth The Complete Guide
File Size :
2.49 GB
Total length :
6h 34m

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Instructor

Mosh Hamedani

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Last update

Last updated 8/2018

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4.5/5

Entity Framework in Depth The Complete Guide

What you’ll learn

Understand the differences between database-first and code-first workflows
Build a domain model using database-first workflow
Build a domain model using code-first workflow (with an existing or a new database)
Use code-first migrations to upgrade or downgrade your database
Override code-first conventions (using data annotations and fluent API)
Query data using LINQ (using query syntax and extension methods)
Use eager loading, lazy loading and explicit loading effectively
Add, update and remove objects
Use additional tools to profile and troubleshoot your applications
Understand what the repository pattern is, what and if you need it, and how to implement it
Apply best practices with Entity Framework

Entity Framework in Depth The Complete Guide

Requirements

Good understanding of advanced C# constructs (generics, lambda expressions)

Description

With over 6,500 students and 1,500+ positive reviews, this course is Udemy’s most popular course for learning Entity Framework! Entity Framework is an Object / Relational Mapper (O/RM) that helps you read and write data from and to a database. In this course, Mosh, teaches you the core concepts of Entity Framework through a series of clear, concise and hands-on lectures.

Whether you’re new to Entity Framework, or been using it for a while but are looking for a comprehensive course with a clean structure to fill the missing parts, you’re going to love this course.

By the end of watching this course, you’ll be able to:
Understand the differences between code-first and database-first workflows Build a domain model using database-first workflowBuild a domain model using code-first workflow (with a new or an existing database)Use code-first migrations to upgrade or downgrade your database Override code-first conventions (using data annotations and fluent API)Query data using LINQ (using query syntax and extension methods)Use eager loading, lazy loading and explicit loading effectively Add, update and remove objects Use additional tools to profile and troubleshoot your applications Understand what the repository pattern is, why and when to use it and how Apply best practices with Entity Framework

Unlike other books or courses that teach Entity Framework like a manual, Mosh walks you through real-world scenarios using his extensive experience in the field. Not only does he teach you the fundamentals of Entity Framework, he’ll also teach you best practices along the way.

In each section, you’ll find exercises to help you reinforce the materials. These exercises have been chosen from real-world scenarios to help you prepare for the challenges of the real-world. Also, some sections include cheat sheets so you can quickly review what you learn in that section.

This course is produced with Entity Framework 6. If you’re using an older version of Entity Framework, you can still take this course as long as your version of Entity Framework is 4.1 or higher.

PREREQUISITES
In order to take this course, you should have at least 3 months experience programming in C#. If you need to strengthen your C# fundamentals, you can take Mosh’s related courses:
C# Basics for BeginnersC# Intermediate: Classes, Interfaces and Object-oriented ProgrammingC# Advanced

WHAT OTHER STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN THIS COURSE SAY:
“May God bless you and your efforts to create high quality courses. This has really changed my life from working as a security guard and doing websites for free, now I am a professional.” -Danish Jafri

“I’m impressed by Mosh’s ability to strike the right balance of topic background, demo and tip and tricks to get around common issues when learning a technology. Great job Mosh! I’m more than happy to have invested my time and money in your work.” -Ben Holtzman

“Excellent course! Mosh has a brilliant style and all of his courses are well presented and very high quality. This course was no exception and I learnt a lot from it.” -Steven Barnett

“It´s a pleasure following the lessons, It´s like a good book, you always want to read another chapter. This is not siimple a course of EF, it goes further, gives a very good explanation of Linq and the most brilliant description of Repository Pattern and Unity of work. Please keep doing courses. To be honest I believe that you should leave your work and spend the rest of your life teaching ;).” -Martin Suarez

“I’d taken a lot of video classes, and this is the best I’d taken. Very well explained, detailed and a good real life examples, lots of tips and more.” -Oscar Vargas

“As always… Mosh nails it with his thorough explanations (without all the “I’m better than you vibe”).” -Mike Loffland

100% MONEY-BACK GAUARANTEE
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Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 About this Course

Lecture 2 About Me

Lecture 3 Asking Questions

Section 2: Getting Started

Lecture 4 Introduction

Lecture 5 What is Entity Framework?

Lecture 6 Workflows

Lecture 7 Demo: Database-First Workflow

Lecture 8 Demo: Code-First Workflow

Lecture 9 Database-First or Code-First?

Lecture 10 Summary

Section 3: Building a Model using Database-First Workflow

Lecture 11 Introduction

Lecture 12 Setting up the Database

Lecture 13 A Quick Tour of EDMX Designer

Lecture 14 Uncovering the EDMX

Lecture 15 Connection Strings

Lecture 16 Dealing with Database Changes

Lecture 17 Importing Stored Procedures

Lecture 18 Function Imports

Lecture 19 Working with Enums

Lecture 20 Exercises

Lecture 21 Summary

Section 4: Building a Model using Code-First Workflow

Lecture 22 Introduction

Lecture 23 Code First with a New Database

Lecture 24 Code First with an Existing Database

Lecture 25 Migrations: Enabling Migrations

Lecture 26 Migrations: Adding a New Class

Lecture 27 Migrations: Modifying an Existing Class

Lecture 28 Migrations: Deleting an Existing Class

Lecture 29 Migrations: Recovering from Mistakes

Lecture 30 Migrations: Downgrading a Database

Lecture 31 Seeding Database

Lecture 32 Exercises

Lecture 33 Summary

Section 5: Overriding Code-First Conventions

Lecture 34 Introduction

Lecture 35 Overriding Conventions

Lecture 36 Data Annotations

Lecture 37 Demo: Data Annotations

Lecture 38 Fluent API: Basics

Lecture 39 Fluent API: Relationships

Lecture 40 Demo: Fluent API

Lecture 41 Demo: Fluent API (Advanced Configurations)

Lecture 42 Organizing Fluent API Configurations

Lecture 43 Exercises

Lecture 44 Summary

Section 6: Querying Data using LINQ

Lecture 45 Introduction

Lecture 46 Introduction to LINQ

Lecture 47 LINQ in Action

Lecture 48 LINQ Syntax

Lecture 49 LINQ Extension Methods

Lecture 50 LINQ Extension Methods: Additional Methods

Lecture 51 Deferred Execution

Lecture 52 IQueryable Explained

Lecture 53 Exercises

Lecture 54 Summary

Section 7: Loading Related Objects

Lecture 55 Introduction

Lecture 56 Lazy Loading

Lecture 57 N + 1 Problem

Lecture 58 Eager Loading

Lecture 59 Explicit Loading

Lecture 60 Exercises

Lecture 61 Summary

Section 8: Updating Data

Lecture 62 Introduction

Lecture 63 Overview of Changing Data

Lecture 64 Adding objects

Lecture 65 Updating objects

Lecture 66 Removing objects

Lecture 67 Working with Change Tracker

Lecture 68 LINQPad

Lecture 69 Exercises

Lecture 70 Summary

Section 9: Using Entity Framework in Your Applications

Lecture 71 Introduction

Lecture 72 Repository Pattern

Lecture 73 Implementing the Repository Pattern

Lecture 74 Structuring Your Applications

Lecture 75 ASP.NET MVC Example

Lecture 76 WPF Example

Lecture 77 Summary

Section 10: Conclusion

Lecture 78 Final Words

Lecture 79 Coupon to My Other Courses

Any .NET developer who wants to persist or query domain objects from a database

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 6h 34m | 2.49 GB
Created by: Mosh Hamedani

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