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If you’re one of many developers still uncertain about concurrent and multithreaded development, this practical cookbook will change your mind. With more than 85 code-rich recipes in this updated second edition, author Stephen Cleary demonstrates parallel processing and asynchronous programming techniques using libraries and language features in .NET and C# 8.0.
2- C# 8 and .NET Core 3 Projects Using Azure: Build professional desktop, mobile, and web applications that meet modern software requirements, 2nd Edition
.NET Core is a general-purpose, modular, cross-platform, and opensource implementation of .NET. The latest release of .NET Core 3 comes with improved performance and security features, along with support for desktop applications. .NET Core 3 is not only useful for new developers looking to start learning the framework, but also for legacy developers interested in migrating their apps. Updated with the latest features and enhancements, this updated second edition is a step-by-step, project-based guide.
3- Essential Angular for ASP.NET Core MVC 3: A Practical Guide to Successfully Using Both in Your Projects
Combine the strengths of Angular, the leading framework for developing complex client-side applications, and ASP.NET Core MVC 3, the latest evolution of Microsoft’s framework for server-side applications. This new edition offers updated Angular, ASP.NET Core 3, Entity Framework Core 3 examples, an all-new chapter on interoperability with Blazor, and more!
4- ASP.NET Core 3 and React: Hands-On full stack web development using ASP.NET Core, React, and TypeScript 3
Implement design patterns in .NET using the latest versions of the C# and F# languages. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the field of design patterns as they are used in today’s developer toolbox.Using the C# programming language, Design Patterns in .NET explores the classic design pattern implementation and discusses the applicability and relevance of specific language features for the purpose of implementing patterns. You will learn by example, reviewing scenarios where patterns are applicable. MVP and patterns expert Dmitri Nesteruk demonstrates possible implementations of patterns, discusses alternatives and pattern inter-relationships, and illustrates the way that a dedicated refactoring tool (ReSharper) can be used to implement design patterns with ease.
6- C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0 – Modern Cross-Platform Development: Build applications with C#, .NET Core, Entity Framework Core, ASP.NET Core, and ML.NET using Visual Studio Code, 4th Edition
In C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0 – Modern Cross-Platform Development, Fourth Edition, expert teacher Mark J. Price gives you everything you need to start programming C# applications.
This latest edition uses the popular Visual Studio Code editor to work across all major operating systems. It is fully updated and expanded with new chapters on Content Management Systems (CMS) and machine learning with ML.NET.
The Model-View-Controller pattern — universally known as MVC — provides a stable, testable approach to web application development by separating the major functions — or concerns — of an application into independently defined roles.
8- Hands-On Design Patterns with C# and .NET Core: Write clean and maintainable code by using reusable solutions to common software design problems
Design patterns are essentially reusable solutions to common programming problems. When used correctly, they meet crucial software requirements with ease and reduce costs. This book will uncover effective ways to use design patterns and demonstrate their implementation with executable code specific to both C# and .NET Core.
Getting Started with Visual Studio 2019 begins with an overview of Visual Studio and explores new features such as Visual Studio Live Share, Visual Studio Search, Solution Filters, and Intellicode. Author Dirk Strauss teaches you how to create project templates, write code snippets, and manage NuGet packages. You will learn how to: debug your code using breakpoints and step into specific methods, use data tips, and utilize the DebuggerDisplay attribute. You will then move on to learn unit testing and explore the tools provided by Visual Studio to create and run unit tests. The book also covers source control integration in Visual Studio and how to use GitHub to implement a source control strategy in your code.