Sorry you feel this way about the article, to clear a couple of things up, it was written in 16 June 2016. .NET Core 1.0 was not released until 27 June 2016 (after this article).
.NET core has had many changes and releases since then and the nuget.org ecosystem has grown significantly.
Thank you. This article wasn’t written from knowledge, it was written from lots of research which eventuates into a comprehension of the topic.
Sometimes with these posts they give the impression I just sat down and wrote this, in reality it took about a week of reading and 3 hours of writing.
Somebody else said this a year ago. The documentation suggested otherwise. I started on WCF, never ADO.net so had no actual experience of this. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/data/wcf/ “WCF Data Services (formerly known as “ADO.NET Data Service”
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