Latest News: .NET Development with Oracle Database



Free Webinar -- What's New for Oracle Database .NET Developers: Visual Studio Code and Entity Framework Core
Oracle Developer Tools for VS Code is a new extension for Visual Studio Code which enables database browsing, SQL and PL/SQL editing and execution, result set viewing and saving, all on Windows, Linux, and macOS. Oracle Entity Framework Core seamlessly integrates Oracle Database with the object-relational mapper technology. Visual Studio developers can tune in to find out about Visual Studio 2019 tools support and Oracle Cloud integration with Visual Studio. Learn and watch live demos of these new developer features and more. The webinar occurs on Tuesday, August 20 (9:00 AM PT, 16:00 UTC). Be sure to register.

 ODP.NET Entity Framework Core Download
ODP.NET EF Core is now available for free download on the NuGet Gallery. It can be used in migrations and scaffolding scenarios on either Windows or Linux.
ODP.NET Core Production Download
ODP.NET Core is available for download and use on Linux and Windows.
Production Release: ODAC 18c
ODAC 18c includes support for .NET Core on Windows and Linux, Oracle OLAP Provider for OLE DB, .NET Framework 4.7.1 and 4.7.2, and more secure passwords with OracleCredential.
Oracle Office Hours: .NET and Visual Studio
Want to ask questions or provide feedback about .NET development for Oracle Database? Join Oracle product managers for the Wednesday, August 14 (9 AM PT, 16:00 UTC) office hours session. This session will cover the second Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio Code release with its new Oracle Explorer. Be sure to register to join.
Oracle .NET Office Hours


Connecting .NET and Visual Studio to the Oracle Database Cloud Service
Learn how to connect your .NET applications and Visual Studio to Oracle Database as a Service, including Oracle Autonomous Database. These step by step tutorials will show how easy it is to use ODP.NET and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio with the Oracle Database Cloud.

Oracle .NET Videos
Learn more about developing Oracle Database applications on .NET and Visual Studio on YouTube.