In the 9th edition of this hands-on guide, author John Sharp teaches the fundamentals of programming with the latest version of Visual C# with Visual Studio 2017. If you are an experienced software developer, you’ll get all the guidance, exercises, and code you need to start building responsive, scalable, cloud-connected applications that can run almost anywhere.
Author: John Sharp
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Date: July 2018
Audience: C# developers
- Quickly start creating Visual C# code and projects with Visual Studio 2017
- Work with variables, operators, expressions, methods, and program flow
- Build more robust apps with error, exception, and resource management
- Spot problems fast with the Visual Studio debugger
- Make the most of improvements to C# methods, parameters, and switch statements
- Master the C# object model, and create your own functional data structures
- Use advanced properties, indexers, generics, and collection classes
- Create Windows 10 apps that share data, collaborate, and use cloud services
- Integrate Cortana to voice-enable your applications
- Perform complex queries over object collections with LINQ
- Improve application throughput and response time with asynchronous methods
- Use delegates and decoupling to construct highly extensible systems
- Customize C# operator behavior over your own classes and structures
- Streamline development with app templates
- Implement the powerful Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern
- Develop cloud-connected applications that seamlessly follow users across devices
- Build UWP applications that retrieve complex data via REST and present it intuitively
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