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  • Blog Post: Enums in the Entity Designer

    One of the most highly-requested features for the Entity Framework is first-class support for Enums, and we are happy to provide support for this feature in the Entity Designer in the June 2011 CTP recently released. If you haven’t checked it out already, find the bits here: http://www.microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Auto-Compiled LINQ Queries (Entity Framework June 2011 CTP)

    When you write a LINQ to Entities query today, the Entity Framework walks over the expression tree generated by the C#/VB compiler and translates (or compiles) that into SQL. Compiling the expression tree into SQL involves some overhead though, particularly for more complex queries. In order...
  • Blog Post: Enumeration Support in Entity Framework

    We recently shipped Entity Framework 4.1 , and it has been exciting to see the reception the new Code First and DbContext APIs have been getting in the developer community. What is also exciting is to be able to start talking more about other features we have been working on, like table-valued functions...
  • Blog Post: Spatial Types in the Entity Designer

    One of the highly-anticipated features coming in the next version of Entity Framework is Spatial support. We’d like to give you a look at the experience of developing with Spatial types in the Entity Designer. If you haven’t already, take a look at what is going on under the hood with Spatial...
  • Blog Post: Spatial Types in the Entity Framework

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  • Blog Post: Code First Database Evolution (aka Migrations)

    Back in July we released the latest preview of Code First and we’ve been receiving a lot of feedback that is helping us shape this feature. One of the top asks we are hearing is for a solution that will evolve the database schema as your object model changes over time, often referred to as migrations...
  • Blog Post: Entity Designer Improvements Preview

    The team has been quietly working on a number of improvements to the entity designer that we would like to show off and get feedback on. This particular set of features is targeted at making modeling more productive and scalable, and models themselves more comprehensible. We’ll start with the...
  • Blog Post: Data Binding with DbContext

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. For WPF Data Binding see http://msdn.com/data/jj574514 For WinForms Data Binding see http://msdn.com/data/jj682076 We recently announced the release...
  • Blog Post: Productivity Improvements for the Entity Framework

    Background We’ve been hearing a lot of good feedback on the recently released update to the Entity Framework in .NET 4. This release marks a significant advancement from the first release that shipped with .NET 3.5 SP1. I’m not going to spend time here talking about what’s new, but...
  • Blog Post: Conventions for Code First

    The latest preview of Code First allows you to describe a model using C# or VB.Net classes. The basic shape of the model is detected by convention and then a fluent API can be used to further refine your model. We recently posted about our plans to support Data Annotations as another way to further...
  • Blog Post: Code Only – Further Enhancements

    We’ve come a long way since the last post on Code-Only . So it’s high time for another update. We’ve been working really hard on Code-Only revving the design, and spotting missing capabilities and responding to feedback both internal and external etc. The current plan still holds. Code-Only will...
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