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See Updated 'What's New' Docs for Entity Framework 7 Release Candidate 1

With Microsoft developers focused on finishing touches ahead of the November debut of Entity Framework 7, the company has updated the corresponding "what's new" documentation to help keep track of all the changes while shipping Release Candidate 1.

Just as with other properties like .NET 7 itself and .NET MAUI, EF7 RC1 sees the team concentrating on addressing defects and minor enhancements while putting the finishing touches on features, said principal program manager Jeremy Likness in a recent announcement.

Highly Requested Features on Themes of .NET Site
[Click on image for larger view.] Highly Requested Features on Themes of .NET Site (source: Microsoft).

The above graphic shows the general plan for EF7 as outlined in Microsoft's Themes of .NET Site, while the graphic below shows the corresponding proposed Deliver highly-requested user features for EF Core GitHub issue.

GitHub 'Deliver Highly-Requested User Features for EF Core' Issue
[Click on image for larger view.] GitHub 'Deliver Highly-Requested User Features for EF Core' Issue (source: Microsoft).

Detailing all of that stuff is the updated "What's New in EF Core 7.0" documentation, which has an outline something like this:

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