1. Connect to the MySQL database in Visual Studio. (You can read how to do so here.)
2. Expand the database, you'll see these folders: Tables, Views, StoredProcedures, StoredFunctions,UDFs.
3. Right click on the Tables folder and click Create Table.
4. Just define the columns almost as how we do in MS SQL database.
5. To define the Primary Key:
1) In Column Properties, set Allow Nulls to No and Autoincrement to Yes.
Note: To define like nvarchar() in MSSQL, here we can set the Data Type as varchar(n) and the Character Set as utf8.
This is how I created my first MySQL table in this application. I am going to explore more and convert my MS SQL database to MySQL database very soon.