Exploring Advanced Features in C# (Apress)
Wednesday, 19 June 2019

This book highlights the new language features of C# and how to use these and other tools such as Bootstrap, SCSS, and jQuery to enhance your web applications. Author Dirk Strauss starts with some of the new features of C# 7 such as how to implement local functions, tuples and generalized async return types. He also looks at C# 8, demonstrating how to implement nullable reference types, recursive patterns, ranges, indicies, switch expressions, and many more.


Author: Dirk Strauss
Publisher: Apress
Date: May 2019
Pages: 308
ISBN: 978-1484248553
Print: 1484248554
Kindle: B07SGHW98F
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: C#

  • Implement the new features available in C# 7
  • Enhance your web applications using  ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap, SCSS, and jQuery 
  • See what C# 8 has to offer with clear code examples  
  • Create and run applications in .NET Core  3.0

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