ASP.NET 4.0 and the Entity Framework 4 - Part 5 - Using the GridView and the EntityDataSource
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by Vince Varallo
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This article demonstrated how to create an Entity Framework 4 model, use the EntityDataSource control to bind to a GridView control, use EditItemTemplates to customize editing a record, and also use the validation controls.  Notice there was not one line of code or SQL needed for the entire project.  The controls in Visual Studio 2010 really make it easy to develop web applications fast and are great for small applications.  However, there are many debates out there as to whether this is a good or a bad thing.  I'll let you decide that for yourself but at least you know the quick and dirty option exists and works fairly well.

Good luck on your project and happy coding.


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