Professional C# and .NET 2021st Ed (Wrox)
Wednesday, 06 October 2021

In this book Christian Nagel, Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies, delivers a comprehensive tour of the new features and capabilities of C#9 and .NET 5. Nagel shows how to create Web- and Windows applications using ASP.NET Core, Blazor, and WinUI using modern application patterns and new features offered by .NET including Microservices deployed to Docker images,GRPC, localization, and asynchronous streaming.

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Author: Christian Nagel
Publisher: Wrox
Date: September 2021
Pages: 1008
ISBN: 978-1119797203
Print: 1119797209
Kindle: B09F8J8F1N
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: C#

The book also covers: 

  • Discussions of the extension of .NET to non-Microsoft platforms like OSX and Linux 
  • Explanations of the newest features in C#9, including support for record types,  and enhanced support for tuples, pattern matching, and nullable reference types 
  • Integrating .NET applications with Microsoft Azure services such as Azure App Configuration, Azure Key Vault, Azure Functions, the Azure Active Directory, and others 
  • Downloadable code examples from wrox.com and github.com with online updates for C# 10 and .NET 6

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