Articles and information about Entity Framework and ASP.NET Core. Entity Framework (EF) is a Microsoft ASP.NET Core object-database mapper. EF allows the database and the ASP.NET programming language to interface with each other; while automating CRUD operations and managing data and database objects in a database. You can learn from the latest EF articles on building Web apps with ASP.NET Core.

What is Entity Framework in ASP.NET Core?

Entity Framework (EF) is an Object Relational Mapping (ORM, O/RM, and O/R mapping) framework. It converts data between a relational database like Microsoft SQL Server and an object-oriented programming language like ASP.NET C#.

MVC ASP.NET Version: 6.0 General Information

Where Is the LocalDB Database File Created by EF (Entity Framework) Located on a Windows Computer?

Finding the localdb created by Entity Framework may be a little challenging. Where is it located on your Windows computer?

Visual Studio ASP.NET Version: 6.0 General Information

Creating Models and Database Tables Manually? A Few Things to Keep in Mind When Using Entity Framework

Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are a full-stack developer who likes to manually create database tables and ASP.NET MVC models while using Entity Framework to scaffold your controllers and CRUD views.

MVC ASP.NET Version: 6.0 General Information