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11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Second edition, same great book! 27 novembre 2013
Par Jason Enochs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've owned the previous version of this book, "Entity Framework 4 Recipes", for a couple years so this purchase was to keep up-to-date on the latest EF features. The first rating of this book (1 star) was simply random gibberish so don't be thrown off. My copy arrived in good condition and I have no problem with the print quality. Figures, tables, and other references are readable. The new edition is printed on slightly smaller pages but it looks to me like the same amount of print with less white space (smaller margins).

I have read recent reviews of other books published by Apress that complain about the new cover design being faded (washed out). This is my 2nd book with this new cover design and neither are faded.

This book simply updates the previous edition with the new Entity Framework 6 features. Also, chapter four now focuses more specifically on MVC. If you haven't started using MVC yet (shame on you!), then you may want to keep the previous version along side this one. After you take into account the updated features that were added, the rewrite of chapter 4, and omission of chapter 15 (Advanced Modeling), you still have a book that inherited the majority of its content from the previous version. For me, that's exactly what I was looking for. Disclaimer: I have only read the first edition and the first two chapters of this updated edition (it just arrived in the mail). I thumbed through the remaining chapters & did a side-by-side comparison.

When I purchased the first edition, I was nervous because I was new to EF programming and afraid that a recipe style book wouldn't provide the basics needed to get up-to-speed. While this style usually targets more experienced programmers, the authors of this book provide enough basic information up front to ensure most anyone can follow along. That basic information has not changed much in this updated edition.

If you want to see an accurate rating of this book based on more than one or two reviews, check out the previous edition (Entity Framework 4 Recipes). I have them both in front of me and feel that they are similar enough for someone to roughly gauge the new edition based on the reviews of the previous edition. Same authors...same basic content and chapter layout... more MVC specifics... updated features and capabilities based on EF 6. What else could you ask for?
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Lots of code errors 31 janvier 2014
Par Colby Giles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The descriptions in the book are good, and sufficiently detailed to understand what is going on. My problems stem from the fact the the code examples in the book more often than not do not work as advertised. I have come across numerous issues where I had to modify the code examples to get the output the authors claim to get with the faulty code. This indicates that the code examples that they used were not tested or reviewed. This does not inspire confidence. Especially when what I am trying to learn is code dependent in a lot of cases.

I would recommend looking elsewhere for help with the Entity Framework.
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Too many holes 11 février 2014
Par Di Herbert Feichtinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Very good idea and organisation. Clever structure of SQL database. However:
Lots of sourcecode errors and missing items.
Not suited for EF beginners or students/devs coming from non-MSFT platform.
Requires SQL Server Mgmt Studio knowledge and additional Lerman books.
I like to recode samples from books, this is significantly delayed by omitted information.
Errata page seems to be out of order and gaptcha sound output not useful for non-english mother tongue readers.
I'll keep the book on my shelf, yet need something else to learn EF6 step-by-step.

In General: the maturity of .NET created a chicken-egg problem in the book market. EF - SQL Server- ASP.NET MVC - WCF - ... everything depends on each other and changes yearly.
And book authors simply assume that you know every other item.
My feeling is that there are no more serious books for beginners (= students, = next-gen devs) coming to market. The kind of step-by-step books Wrox published years ago.
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The examples don't work 27 avril 2014
Par Joe Cool - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
So much for a book whose title has the word Recipes in it, you cannot follow along, the examples just don't work, it shows that this is intended for people that already know EF and are just looking for snippets
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very useful. handles all I have to know to get up to speed quickly with EF 13 février 2014
Par Karnoe Dorenbos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Only the first few chapters didn't work with nu localDB. But the rest ...... Easy to follow and to implemente
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