Database Migrations for .NET and Entity Framework with Prisma

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    In this article, you will learn how to model your data using Prisma, run a migration with Prisma Migrate and then introspect your database with .NET to generate your Entity Framework models. This article will use Azure SQL/ SQL Server.

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    This article only offers an alternative data modelling workflow that is succinct and offer a better development experience. Besides .NET and the Entity framework, you can also use Prisma with your tool/ frameworks of choice such as Django.

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