Keep your Code and Database in Sync

jeremylikness profile image Jeremy Likness ⚡️ ・1 min read

Entity Framework Core is an object mapper that enables database interactions using familiar C# code. It supports multiple backend databases including SQLite, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL and Cosmos DB. Using nothing more than LINQ queries, developers can write code that interacts with C# classes that is automatically translated into database calls.

In this episode of the EF Core Community Standup, software architect Tony Sneed shows how to extend a built-in feature of EF Core called scaffolding, or reverse engineering, by using templates (via Handlebars) to take control of generated code.

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Jeremy Likness ⚡️


Hi! I am a longtime developer with a passion to empower other developers to be their best. I focus on cloud development and everything related to data access from .NET and .NET Core.


.NET is an open source developer platform, created by Microsoft, for building many different types of applications. With .NET, you can use multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, gaming, and IoT.


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