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EF Core Database Providers


Jan 4, 2019 7:45 AM 2+ week ago

When EF Core did their big rewrite between the 1.x series and 2.0, all of the EF Core database providers were broken. Since then various development teams, both private and commercial, have been working on filling in the gaps.Read more.

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