Integrate Your Own Code with Entity Framework: The Business Entities

While Microsoft’s Partial Classes and Partial Methods let you extend the classes generated for you by Entity Framework, in the end you’re working with someone else’s code (albeit, code that is, effectively, written for you by the ADO.NET team). But with Entity Framework 4.1‘s code-first technology you can write your own classes and have EF […]
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More tips for ASP.NET MVC jQuery Mobile sites

I’ve had a very enjoyable week finalizing the alpha of my new ASP.NET MVC/jQuery Mobile site and putting it online at cocktails-r-us. I’m now testing and refining it (as well as dutifully drinking lots of cocktails so I can take photos and upload them to the site: all for the good of the application, you […]
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Pre-Compile LINQ to Entities Queries for Faster Processing

When you issue a LINQ statement against an Entity Framework model, LINQ and Entity Framework conspire together to generate an SQL statement that’s sent to the database engine. The problem is that, if you execute that the same LINQ statement twice, that conversion is performed twice. For a statement executed more than once, especially if […]
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Model-First Development with Entity Framework 4

ADO.NET Entity Framework ADO.NET Entity Framework (EF) is an object-relational mapping tool included with .NET. It is used to automate database access. To use it, you need a data model which defines classes (or entities). Entities contain properties that are mapped to fields inside tables in a relational database. If you already have a database […]
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