Devart is delighted to introduce the release of Entity Developer 6.2 . Entity Developer now features support for Entity Framework Core 2.0.
Now you can design both Entity Framework Core 1.1 and 2.0 models. In Entity Framework Core 2.0 models you can use complex types for entity properties, Entity Framework Core 2.0 native mapping for database scalar functions, table splitting, generate self-contained type configuration code, etc.
Additionally, the new version of Entity Developer now supports executing LINQ queries against the model and retrieving data when working with projects, targeting .NET Core or .NET Standard.
You are welcome to download and evaluate the new version.
If you wish to provide feedback on the new version, you can do it in our forums or with contact form. There is also a feedback form, and we are always glad to hear your comments and take into account your development needs.
If you want to share your ideas about new Entity Developer features, you may do it on the UserVoice.
Here is the complete list of Entity Developer 6.2.366 features:
- The .NET Standard 2.0 projects in Visual Studio 2017 are supported
- The .NET Core 2.0 projects in Visual Studio 2017 are supported
- The macaddr8 data type introduced in PostgreSQL 10 is supported
- The bug with escaping invalid XML characters in the comments generated by templates is fixed
- Entity Framework Core 2.0 is supported
- The Retrieve Data functionality via Model Explorer for EF Core 2 is implemented
- The new Unimplemented class property is added for using the Dynamic Models functionality