Entity Framework Core in Action

Tags: EF Core, Entity Framework Core, EF, Entity Framework, .NET Core

Section: Books

by Jon P Smith 
Manning Publications 
https://www.manning.com/books/entity-framework-core-in-action

Overall “Entity Framework Core in Action” was a good read with a lot of useful information.  If you have been using Entity Framework prior to .NET Core the author makes a point to outline the differences.  He also focuses on Domain-Driven Design (DDD) as it relates to EF Core presenting a rather complex solution for a data, business and service layer model.  If your interested in more about DDD with EF Core I would also point you to Julie Lerman’s blog (https://thedatafarm.com/ddd/links-to-my-recent-dddefcore-content/).  For lack of a more definitive book on the market this will get up to speed on the changes in EF Core, provide you with some useful code solutions and make you think more about DDD.

Note: Be sure to sign up for Manning Publications email specials as you can usually purchase any of Manning’s books for 40-50% off.  If you would like a sneak peak in this book check out the free download of “Exploring .NET Core with Microservices, ASP.NET Core, and Entity Framework Core” (https://www.manning.com/books/exploring-dot-net-core).