Compatibility of Breeze.Server.WebApi2 with ASP VNEXT (ASP.NET 5)
Since ASP.NET 5 is almost feature ready would be nice to have a version of Breeze working with ASP.NET 5 (aka VNext).
Breeze supports .NET Core 2, 3.1, and .NET 5
Steve Schmitt commented
One problem is that breeze.server.net uses OData to turn URLs into EF queries, and ASP.NET Core does not support OData. So querying will have to be different.
are there any problem?
long time no see, something's not right
Any updates on this? Thanks
Now it's 2017 and we like running ef and our complete backend on Linux. Would be Nice to include breeze in the mix
Any news? Thanks
Any update plz?
I've recently added a PR on the breeze server github source that will allow the use of the new Entity Framework Core V1 on a WebApi 2.2 project. Are you considering adding a server module that will allow the use of breeze on ASP.NET core projects? I thought I might give it a go but didn't want to spend time on it if this was something that was already being worked on.
To any others who may find some use for the PR I posted, I would appreciate any feedback.
Peter Andersson commented
Any news on this asp.net core is released as RTM and so is Entity Framework Core if i remember right..
Greg Gum commented
Ok, so RTM is due to be released tomorrow 27 June according to this: https://github.com/aspnet/Home/wiki/Roadmap
I have a new project I am starting and it would be great to be able to have an updated version of Breeze.
is there hope that the metadata will be provided from the server as well in asp.net 5?
it's soooo handy :)
Ward Bell commented
On our radar. Note that EF7 is barely RC1 and we know that RC2 has significant changes. We're treating RC1 as a beta and holding our fire until things solidify (especially in EF7).
any news on this?
Coby White commented
And while I know EF 7 is a moving target still it would be great if Breeze was compatible with that to allow for .net Core only apps.