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  • 出版社: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA; 2nd Revised edition (2010年9月3日)
  • 平装: 914页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 0596807260
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Julia Lerman is the leading independent authority on the Entity Framework and has been using and teaching the technology since its inception two years ago. She is well known in the .NET community as a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider and INETA Speaker. She is a prolific blogger, a frequent presenter at technical conferences around the world, including DevConnections and TechEd and she writes articles for many well-known technical publications. Julia lives in Vermont where she runs the Vermont.NET User Group, is a board member of the Vermont Software Developers Alliance, and a member of the Champlain College Software Engineering Advisory Board. You can read her blogs at www.thedatafarm.com/blog.

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评论者 范志宇 于 2013年9月30日
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关于EF的No.1书籍,没有之一了。
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评论者 dick2945 于 2015年1月23日
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这书是正版的吗?看起来很像盗版书。图片都是灰度图,不清晰。
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平均5.0 星 Great All-Around Starter for All EF-Related Technologies 2011年5月9日
评论者 Shawn Brock - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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It would be nice if there were multiple reviews available. If you're looking for an expert guide to every nut and bolt of the Entity Framework (EF) - I'm not sure this is the book.

If you're looking for a quickstart, I think this is a decent book. But, anybody can draw a model without a book. The challenge is DOING something with that model, and that takes a little more than a 1 page MSDN tutorial.

The challenge is that if you're going to talk about EF, there are hundreds of semi-directly related topics. LINQ, Entity Queries, WCF, WPF, Silverlight, MVC. There is no way any book could cover everything you can do with EF.

However, this book covers all the core topics very well. As someone relatively new to LINQ, WCF, and MVC, it was great. As someone who is familiar with databinding, but never really used it (because it's been mostly awful), it was nice to get into it.

So, 5 stars might be a little high, but this book did everything I wanted:
1. It gave enough detail to help me start reasonably quick.
2. It covered all the related technologies with enough depth that I don't have to buy a LINQ book, WPF book, etc, just to use EF.

So, if you're newer to the 2010 technologies, I think this is a great place to start.
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平均5.0 星 Made it easier and faster to adopt Entity Framework 2011年12月1日
评论者 W. R. Lucas - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I initially tried to learn EF on my own using online tutorials and the MSDN forum. I realized very quickly that the tutorials were too superficial and I needed a strong foundation in EF before using it on production projects. This book provided all the foundation I needed to be able to quickly work with EF so that I could program against simple POCO's classes and let EF handle the communication with the backend. You can do this in such a way that you have complete separation of concerns so if you ever decide to switch from EF to another ORM product or ORM methodology -- your code remains unaffected. If you desire, you can control the interaction with the backend.

This book focuses on creating an EDMX model and working with that model and the XML behind the model. I, on the other hand, was interested only in Code First with and without existing databases (existing databases are 99% of my world). But the insight in how EF works made learning Code First a breeze. The book does have chapters that show you how to let EF to generate and work with POCO classes. However, I prefer to create my classes (domain model) myself.

In Code First, your POCO classes are the model. But whether you create an EDMX model or choose the Code First approach, once you compile and run the project everything that follows is exactly the same. It is important to learn the concepts in this book so you understand the implications of what you are doing and make the right choices in Code First.
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平均3.0 星 Pretty good primer 2012年9月14日
评论者 Shane - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I don't use entity framework, but this is the text book that we used for a class.

The book was interesting. I especially like the history sections. I don't want to just use a tool. I like to know why the tool is necessary. As other reviewers mentioned, that is a bit of fluff, but who doesn't like a chuckle.

If a user was coming from a previous version of EF, the author highlights the "gotchas", where Microsoft changed the defaults.

The database was tricky to install. There were a couple of problems with the script, which were easy to tweak.

Overall, I thought the book is a better reference than a teaching book for a newbie like myself. I did learn quite a bit from the book anyway. The section on "code first" is invaluable.

The author references many msdn pages and blogs that have current information. This author (and other authors) rely a bit too much on external references. I am not always in front of a computer, when I read a book.

The 3rd edition would be well worth the money.
平均4.0 星 Comprehensive and timely 2012年4月19日
评论者 bibliomanic - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Entity Framework 4 is unarguably the fastest evolving data provider of any that Microsoft has released to this point. This makes it a moving target and books released on the subject are practically out of date by the time they're released. Despite that, I think Ms. Lerman's done an excellent job with this title and has released quite a bit of supplementary material on the MSDN sites and her blog [...] as well.

While the text is aimed at those familiar with .NET programming and not necessarily EF (as the book states), readers should have a solid understanding of ADO.NET. Those who have previous experience with LINQ to SQL classes will definitely benefit in understanding the contents of this book. Despite some reviews, I found the book well organized considering the depth of the topics. It's replete with code samples and the explanations of the Entity Data Model are some of the most thorough I've found in any book on this subject.

Where I think the book falls short is in its attempts to cover the building of applications using EF across multiple platform types, such as WCF, Windows Forms and web applications. I think O'Reilly's better option here would have been to slim the book back to core topics and issue separate editions to cover these different platforms.

Unlike most reviewers, I did not feel it would serve as much as a shelf reference as its adjunct books, Programming Entity Framework: Code First and Programming Entity Framework: DbContext. However, it is still a fine book for training intermediate to advanced .NET developers as a readable primer, and is about the best of its kind currently available on the markets.
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平均5.0 星 The Ultimate EF Reference / Programming Guide 2010年9月24日
评论者 Amazon Customer - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
版本: 平装 已确认购买
I go through many books every month looking for that special book that will be my "goto" resource for any particular task/technology. Rarely am I as pleased as I am with this book. It reminds me of the Petzold book "Programming Windows", and the Prosise book "Programing Windows With MFC". Those two books were always within reach for me (many years ago). Programming EF has earned that same trust with me. Every topic is clearly laid out and accompanied by examples that strike a perfect balance between too much and too little. I have a couple other EF books as well, both from APress. They don't really stack up. They seem rushed and a little bit too much like regurgitated manuals. Sorry APress. The fact of the matter is I don't think I've ever seen a bad book from O'Reilly, or Manning.

Honestly, I bought two copies. One for the office, and one for home.