You might be wondering why your Google AdSense plugin has been deprecated. Google has officially deprecated their AdSense plugin for WordPress. It is no longer available for new publishers to sign up for.
On April 5, 2017, existing publishers will not be able to change their ad settings or ad units through the plugin. Then on May 3, 2017, Google will no longer provide support for the plugin.
Google said “We frequently review our products and features to ensure they’re providing maximum value to our users. After reviewing the AdSense Plugin for WordPress, we’ve decided that going forward we can better support WordPress publishers through new innovative features like our automatic ad formats and other upcoming initiatives.”
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In this article, you will learn about the new lightweight version of entity framework that is entity framework core. If you have entity framework experience, you may be aware that EF core has been written from scratch to achieve some new goals. Here you will learn about similarities and differences from EF 6.
So What is Entity Framework ?
Entity framework is the set of .net APIs for performing data access in your software and entity framework is official data access tooling from Microsoft .
It originated from Microsoft research and then it was adopted from team who was responsible for ADO.Net as the next generation of Microsoft’s data access technology .
EF has gone through number of major revolution with most of new capabilities being added on top of what was built into the .net framework.With EF6 ,Entity framework was moved to codeplex and became open source and since then it moved to github and remains quite active.
Entity framework fits into a category of data access technologies called Object Relational Mappers (ORM). ORMs are designed to reduce the friction between how data is structured in relational database and how you define your classes ,without ORM we have to transform lot of code to transform database results into instance of our classes inn our software .
An ORM allows us to express our queries using our classes and then ORM builds and executes relevant SQL for us,but Entity framework is different from any ORM you might be familiar with.
While a typical ORM infers that the classes and database tables are of a similar structure,Entity framework has a mapping layer in between and gives us a lot more flexibility in to how to get from objects to table and from object properties to table columns and for these mapping entity framework does start with some assumptions and we refer to those as conventions but then you can apply additional mappings rules on top of conventions to be sure that in your specific scenario that the data is able to find its way back and forth between your objects and your database.
Why Entity Framework ??
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