LINQPad is a powerful testing tool for all .NET developers that can help them deliver solutions in less time. In Getting the Most from LINQPad Succinctly, returning Succinctly series author José Roberto Olivas Mendoza lays out different ways to extend the functionality built into LINQPad. In this ebook, you'll learn how to use LINQPad to query Entity Framework models in Visual Studio, how to work with the LINQPad command-line utility, how to write your own extensions and visualizers, and how to write custom data context drivers.
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Table of Contents
A Quick Tour of LINQPad
LINQPad and Entity Framework
Custom Data Context Drivers
Getting the Most from LINQPad Succinctly
For personal or educational use
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