Entity Framework Performance and What You Can Do About It

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 16 Dec 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Without a doubt, Entity Framework is a quick and satisfactory way of producing a database-driven web application. As performance becomes more important, it does, however, require some knowledge of the traps that you need to avoid, and of the wrinkles that impact performance. Ben Emmett gives a practical guide....

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