Devart is glad to announce the release of Entity Developer 2.80 with support for Entity Framework 4.0 Release Candidate and complete Visual Studio integration.
Entity Developer 2.80 seamlessly integrates with Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate. Now LINQ to SQL and Entity Framework models can be edited with Entity Developer inside the Visual Studio without the need to open the model in a separate application.
Now you can use Entity Developer for creating models for both Entity Framework 1 and Entity Framework 4 Release Candidate. For example, such feature as Lazy Loading is now supported for Entity Framework 4 Release Candidate models.
Method Editor was greatly improved. Now it allows creating multi-result set methods.
You are welcome to download and evaluate the new version here.
Here is the complete list of Entity Developer 2.80.112 features:
- Support for ADO.NET Entity Framework 4 Release Candidate added
- Support for multi-result set methods added
- Improved dialogs for editing model objects
- Full integration with Visual Studio implemented
- Added full support for ModificationFunctionMapping
- Improved Find in Model functionality
- Improved One-To-One associations handling
- Fixed bug with different namespaces and procedure code generation
- Fixed bug with Unicode facet serialization
- Fixed problem with DevartEntityDeploySplit
- Fixed problem with metadata resources generation
- Fixed bug with App_Code subfolders
- Fixed bug with Many-to-Many associations
- Fixed several bugs in VB.NET code generation templates
- Fixed bug with "Trial period expired" on 64-bit Windows
- Fixed the "MSL Parsing failed" problem on some model opening
- Fixed bug with Read Only attribute
If you want to share your ideas about new Entity Developer features, you may do it on the UserVoice. See our blog article for more information.
Devart development team