Entity Framework Core is an object mapper that enables database interactions using familiar C# code. It supports multiple backend databases including SQLite, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL and Cosmos DB. Using nothing more than LINQ queries, developers can write code that interacts with C# classes that is automatically translated into database calls.
In this episode of the EF Core Community Standup, software architect Tony Sneed shows how to extend a built-in feature of EF Core called scaffolding, or reverse engineering, by using templates (via Handlebars) to take control of generated code.
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