What is the difference between Model First and code first approach?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

The Difference between Model-First and code first approach.

In code first approach, the entity framework does not include any configuration file like edmx file for storing the schema of the database. Code first approach is used for the fast development of the codes and developers have full control of the entire entities.

In model first approach there is no existing database that offers the designer to create a conceptual data model. It implies .edmx file to store the information of mapping and model. In this approach, manual changes to the database cannot be done as the model defines the database. The model first approach goes well with the power pack database Generation installed.

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