New Entity Developer 6.8 Supports EF Core 5.0 and .NET 5.0
Devart launched the next version of Entity Developer 6.8 with support for preview versions of Entity Framework Core 5.0 and .NET 5.0, and a bunch of other notable improvements.
These are the key changes that merit special attention:
• Support for preview versions of EF Core 5.0 and .NET 5.0. Also, the vendor assures to update the support for new versions of EF Core 5 in Entity Developer when they are available.
• C# 8 Nullable Reference Types. EF Core, Entity Framework 6, and NHibernate templates in Entity Developer 6.8 now have the Nullable Reference Types property that specifies when С# 8 nullable reference types and non-nullable reference types must be generated.
• Collection Navigation Properties. Entity Developer 6.8 implements an ability to select a collection type for navigation properties, and which non-abstract type to use for property initialization (or don't perform it at all).
• DEFAULT Column Values. A new Primitive Default Value Generation property was added to templates for Entity Framework, EF Core, NHibernate and Telerik Data Access ORMs.
• Console Entity Developer. The console version of the application got the support of stored procedures and functions import, as well as a number of fixes for existing functionality.
• NuGet and Third-party Providers. We have continued to work on this support, and the new Entity Developer 6.8 has significant improvements for System.Data.SQLite and FirebirdSql.Data.FirebirdClient providers for EF6 and NHibernate models as well as for Microsoft.Data.Sqlite for EF Core models.
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