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EntityFramework-Plus - Entity Framework Utilities | Bulk Operations | Batch Delete | Batch Update | Query Cache | Query Filter | Query Future | Query Include | Audit

Deletes multiples rows in a single database roundtrip and without loading entities in the context.Updates multiples rows using an expression in a single database roundtrip and without loading entities in the context.

EntityFramework6 - This is the codebase for Entity Framework 6 (previously maintained at https://entityframework

Entity Framework (EF) is an object-relational mapper that enables .NET developers to work with relational data using domain-specific objects. It eliminates the need for most of the data-access code that developers usually need to write.Entity Framework is actively developed by the Entity Framework team in collaboration with a community of open source developers. Together we are dedicated to creating the best possible data access experience for .NET developers.

EntityFramework.Docs - Documentation for Entity Framework Core

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.This project provides the source for docs.microsoft.com/ef.

Npgsql.EntityFrameworkCore.PostgreSQL - Entity Framework Core provider for PostgreSQL

Npgsql.EntityFrameworkCore.PostgreSQL is an Entity Framework Core provider built on top of Npgsql. It allows you to use the EF Core O/RM with PostreSQL.Documentation is available on the Npgsql site.

EntityFramework-Extensions - Entity Framework Bulk Operations | Improve Entity Framework performance with Bulk SaveChanges, Insert, update, delete and merge for SQL Server, SQL Azure, SQL Compact, MySQL and SQLite

Solve Entity Framework performance issue when saving with high performance bulk operations and hundred of flexibles feature.You need to save hundreds or thousands of entities but you are not satisfied with Entity Framework performance.

generic-repository - Generic implementation of Repository pattern in C# .NET

GenericRepository project is generic implementation of Repository pattern in .NET. For detailed discussion please see project's wiki pages and especially Introduction. It is lightweight thin layer between domain model and data mappers (e.g. ORMs like NHibernate, Linq2Sql or Entity Framework). The goal is to avoid recreating same repositories over and over again in all projects where repository pattern is used. Designed with respect to DDD (domain driven design). Implements Filter pattern and best used with factory and/or Service locator patter (DI/IoC). I used the name specification, but it turned out to be confusing of other design pattern, so from now on I call it filters.

DelegateDecompiler - A library which is able to decompile a delegate or a method body to its lambda representation

If your class doesn't have a [Computed] attribute, you can use the .Computed() extension method.. If you are using ORM specific features, like EF's Include, AsNoTracking or NH's Fetch then Decompile method should be called after all ORM specific methods, otherwise it may not work. Ideally use Decompile extension method just before materialization methods such as ToList, ToArray, First, FirstOrDefault, Count, Any, and etc.