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Entity Framework Core is a modern object-database mapper for .NET. It supports LINQ queries, change tracking, updates, and schema migrations. EF Core works with SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, SQLite, Azure Cosmos DB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and other databases through a provider plugin API.
Shared Entity Framework Core components for relational database providers.
Provides abstractions and attributes that are used to configure Entity Framework Core
CSharp Analyzers for Entity Framework Core.
Shared design-time components for Entity Framework Core tools.
Entity Framework Core Tools for the NuGet Package Manager Console in Visual Studio.
Enables these commonly used commands:
Microsoft SQL Server database provider for Entity Framework Core.
In-memory database provider for Entity Framework Core (to be used for testing purposes).
Async signaling library for .NET to help build real-time, multi-user interactive web applications.
DnsClient.NET is a simple yet very powerful and high performance open source library for the .NET Framework to do DNS lookups
a BouncyCastle redist package include .Net Framework and .Net Core/ Standard support
This is a .NETStandard / .NET Core port of the the Microsoft assembly for the .Net 4.0 Dynamic language functionality.
C# client library and examples for using Twilio SendGrid API's to send mail and access Web API v3 endpoints with .NET Standard 1.3 and .NET Core support.
SQLite database provider for Entity Framework Core.
SQLite database provider for Entity Framework Core. This package does not include a copy of the native SQLite library.
Shared design-time Entity Framework Core components for relational database providers.
PostgreSQL/Npgsql provider for Entity Framework Core.
Pomelo's MySQL database provider for Entity Framework Core.
MySql.Data.MySqlClient .Net Core Class Library
The Enterprise Library Common assembly contains elements that are shared among multiple application blocks. By supplying a set of commonly used functions to all the application blocks, the Common assembly reduces the dependency of one application block on another.