When developers think of how to access data, many use the Entity Framework (EF), Dapper, NHibernate, or some other object-relational mapper (ORM). Each of these ORMs use ADO.NET to submit their SQL queries to the back-end database. So, why do many developers use ORMs instead of just using ADO.NET directly? Simply put, ORMs allow you to write. If each of these ORMs are simply wrappers around ADO.NET, can you write your own wrapper to cut down the amount of code you need to write? Absolutely! This series of articles shows you how to create a set of reusable wrapper classes to make it simpler to work with ADO.NET in .NET 6.
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