Devart Announces Entity Framework 6 Support for LINQ Insight 3.2

Devart team is glad to announce the new version of LINQ Insight that offers the support for Entity Framework 6. LINQ Insight is a Visual Studio add-in that provides a complete set of tools to make LINQ/ORM development faster and easier. It allows executing LINQ queries at design-time directly from Visual Studio without starting a debug session. LINQ Insight also provides a powerful ORM profiler tool for profiling the data access layer of users projects and tracking all the ORM calls and database queries from the ORM. Check it out here.

Devart announces the release of LINQ Insight version 3.2 now offering support for Entity Framework 6 rounding out the premiere Visual Studio add-in.

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