Announcing Entity Framework Code-First (CTP 5 release)
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by Scott Guthrie
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Keeping things DRY

The “DRY Principle” stands for “Do Not Repeat Yourself”, and is a best practice that recommends that you avoid duplicating logic/configuration/code in multiple places across your application, and instead specify it only once and have it apply everywhere.

EF Code First CTP5 now enables you to apply declarative DataAnnotation validations on your model classes (and specify them only once) and then have the validation logic be enforced (and corresponding error messages displayed) across all applications scenarios – including within controllers, views, client-side scripts, and for any custom code that updates and manipulates model classes.

This makes it much easier to build good applications with clean code, and to build applications that can rapidly iterate and evolve.


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