In this post, I will use the model-first approach in LLBGen Pro designer and some custom templates to generate repository classes for LLBLGen entities. I will create a simple membership API with some table-per-type inheritance, build some code-generation templates that extend the out-of-the-box EF templates in LLBLGen to model our API after the repository pattern, make use of SQL stored procedures, extend the generated code with some extension methods; and introduce more surprises along the way. .net, entity framework, llblgen
/ Matt C. / .NET / 5 Comments
My name is Matt. I love lots of things, and one of these is coding. If you know me, shoot me an email and give me some suggestions on things to blog about :-). I’m looking forward to coding up some interesting projects and getting your feedback. I will also be keeping a list of my favorite books, favorite libraries and favorite tools up to date if you’re interested.