EF Core has had a makeover and continues to add new features to its arsenal.
If you have already skipped EF Core 1.0, you might want to take a look at EF Core 2.0 and see what it has to offer.
I personally like EF Core more so because it’s lightweight, sits on top of .NET standard, it’s modular, extensible and most importantly it’s cross-platform. It is also part of the .NET Core family.
If you are wondering what platform to choose when developing an application using EF Core. I’d say, just about any platform you prefer. The reason is that the APIs are no different from one platform to another. That being said, let’s dive in and explore some of the new features that EF Core brings to the table: