Enterprise Application Development with C# 9 and .NET 5 (Packt)
Wednesday, 24 March 2021

This book looks at how to use the features of .NET 5 with C# 9 to build robust enterprise applications by creating an enterprise app and adding a key component to the app with each chapter, before finally getting it ready for testing and deployment. Ravindra Akella et al look at concepts relating to advanced data structures, the Entity Framework Core, parallel programming, and dependency injection.



Author: Ravindra Akella, Arun Kumar Tamirisa, Suneel Kumar Kunani and Bhupesh Guptha Muthiyalu
Publisher: Packt
Date: March 2021
Pages: 610
ISBN: 9781800209442
Print: 1800209444
Kindle: B08PPW6MDZ
Audience: .NET C# developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C#

Topics covered:

  • Design enterprise apps by making the most of the latest features of .NET 5
  • Discover different layers of an app, such as the data layer, API layer, and web layer
  • Explore end-to-end architecture, implement an enterprise web app using .NET and C# 9, and deploy the app on Azure
  • Focus on the core concepts of web application development such as dependency injection, caching, logging, configuration, and authentication, and implement them in .NET 5
  • Integrate the new .NET 5 health and performance check APIs with your app
  • Understand how .NET 5 works and contribute to the .NET 5 platform 

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