Entity Framework Core Power Tools - reverse engineering, migrations and model visualization for EF Core
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EF Core Power Tools

Entity Framework Core Power Tools - reverse engineering and model visualization for EF Core

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My tools and utilities for embedded database development

If you use my free tools, I would be very grateful for a rating or review here

Documentation

Get started with the Wiki post

Downloads/builds

The EF Core Power Tools contains DbContext design time feature: Reverse Engineering, Model inspection and more to come - see the wiki page for more information

Release

Download the latest version of the Visual Studio 2017 extension from Visual Studio MarketPlace

Or just install from Tools, Extensions and Updates in Visual Studio!

Daily build

You can download the daily build from VSIX Gallery

You can also use this Feed URL: http://vsixgallery.com/feed/extension/f4c4712c-ceae-4803-8e52-0e2049d5de9f

following these instructions to automatically get the latest build of the Master branch directly in Visual Studio

How do I contribute

If you encounter a bug or have a feature request, please use the Issue Tracker

Building and debugging

In order to build the source code, use Visual Studio 2017 - run as Administrator. To debug, make EFCorePowerTools the startup project, and ensure your build configuration is Debug, x86 (not AnyCPU).