Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2016/4/11
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A true professional's guide to C# 6
Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 provides complete coverage of the latest updates, features, and capabilities, giving you everything you need for C#. Get expert instruction on the latest changes to Visual Studio 2015, Windows Runtime, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Windows Store Apps, Windows Workflow Foundation, and more, with clear explanations, no-nonsense pacing, and valuable expert insight. This incredibly useful guide serves as both tutorial and desk reference, providing a professional-level review of C# architecture and its application in a number of areas. You'll gain a solid background in managed code and .NET constructs within the context of the 2015 release, so you can get acclimated quickly and get back to work.
The new updates can actively streamline your workflow, with major changes including reimagined C# refactoring support, a new .NET Web app stack, and the .NET compiler platform that makes C# and Visual Basic compilers available as APIs. This book walks you through the changes with a comprehensive C# review.
- Explore the new Visual Studio templates for ASP.NET Core 1.0, Web Forms, and MVC
- Learn about the networking switch to HttpClient and ASP.NET Web API's replacement of WCF Data Services
- Work with the latest updates to the event log, Windows Runtime 2.0, and Windows 8.1 deployment and localization
- Dig deep into the new .NET 5.0 GC behaviors and the Migrations addition to ADO.NET
Microsoft has stepped up both the cadence and magnitude of their software releases. Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 shows you everything you need to know about working with C# in a real-world context.
About the author
Christian Nagel is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies, software architect, and veteran developer who has been building solutions with .NET technologies since 2000. A prolific author of .NET books, he also speaks at international conferences including TechEd and Tech Days, and supports .NET user groups. Christian is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Professional Developer for Universal Windows apps and ASP.NET.
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Also, (Code on page 20) the NetStandard.Library moniker shown under the "dependencies" section of the sample project.json file is obsolete. It has been replaced by Microsoft.NETCore.App. This mistake propagates into subsequent chapters.
If the code is still in RC or Preview status, write a blog post or at most, a 200-300 page book on getting started. Don't write the 1400+ page professional edition until development slows down. To learn more about the current state of .NET Core, read Microsoft's .NET blog.
5 start reviews for a 1400+ page professional level programming book, containing thousands of lines of sample code, posted less than 30 days after publication, should be taken with a grain of salt.