Immediate Vs Deferred Mode And Eager Vs Explicit Vs Lazy Loading-IList Vs IEnumerable Vs IQueryable
EF Core 3.0 Performance Optimization Technique - Free Webinar Recorded Version
Entity Framework Core is the new generation data access technology. It is a easy and feature rich ORM which makes working with database in a .NET environment typesafe. But even though it makes things easy, there are many things that leaves developers in confusion and they move on saying that "it is working, lets see performance issue later on.." When you are writing Entity Framework Core (EF Core) queries (i.e. reading data from the database) you want high performance. It turns out that it’s possible to do that in EF, but there should be always a handshake between object size and number of hits to SQL Server.
What suits best for what scenario is most important thing that we need to understand. It can be achieved with the use of best combination of the following features.
- IList Vs IEnumerable Vs IQueryable
- Eager Loading Vs Explicit Loading Vs Lazy Loading
Most of the developers are not sure what to use when and how it works?
I am going to make is super simple here...
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