C# 9 and .NET 5 – Modern Cross-Platform Development: Build intelligent apps, websites, and services with Blazor, ASP.NET Core, and Entity Framework Core using Visual Studio Code, 5th Edition By Mark J. Price

Publisher's Note: Microsoft stopped supporting.NET 5 in May 2022. The newer 7th edition of this book is available that covers.NET 7 (end of life May 2024) or.NET 6 (end of life November 2024), with C# 11 and EF Core 7.

Key FeaturesExplore the newest additions to C# 9, the.NET 5 class library, Entity Framework Core and BlazorStrengthen your command of ASP.NET Core 5.0 and create professional websites and servicesBuild cross platform apps for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and AndroidBook Description

In C# 9 and.NET 5 – Modern Cross Platform Development, Fifth 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 a new chapter on the Microsoft Blazor framework.

The book's first part teaches the fundamentals of C#, including object oriented programming and new C# 9 features such as top level programs, target typed new object instantiation, and immutable types using the record keyword. Part 2 covers the.NET APIs, for performing tasks like managing and querying data, monitoring and improving performance, and working with the file system, async streams, serialization, and encryption. Part 3 provides examples of cross platform apps you can build and deploy, such as websites and services using ASP.NET Core or mobile apps using Xamarin.Forms. The best type of application for learning the C# language constructs and many of the.NET libraries is one that does not distract with unnecessary application code. For that reason, the C# and.NET topics covered in Chapters 1 to 13 feature console applications. In Chapters 14 to 20, having mastered the basics of the language and libraries, you will build practical applications using ASP.NET Core, Model View Controller (MVC), and Blazor.

By the end of the book, you will have acquired the understanding and skills you need to use C# 9 and.NET 5 to create websites, services, and mobile apps.

What you will learnBuild your own types with object oriented programmingQuery and manipulate data using LINQBuild websites and services using ASP.NET Core 5Create intelligent apps using machine learningUse Entity Framework Core and work with relational databasesDiscover Windows app development using the Universal Windows Platform and XAMLBuild rich web experiences using the Blazor frameworkBuild mobile applications for iOS and Android using Xamarin.FormsWho this book is for

This book is best for C# and.NET beginners, or programmers who have worked with C# in the past but feel left behind by the changes in the past few years. This book doesn't expect you to have any C# or.NET experience; however, you should have a general understanding of programming.

Students and professionals with a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) background can certainly benefit from this book.

Table of ContentsHello, C#! Welcome,.NET Core!Speaking C#Controlling Flow and Converting TypesWriting, Debugging, and Testing FunctionsBuilding Your Own Types with Object Oriented ProgrammingImplementing Interfaces and Inheriting ClassesUnderstanding and Packaging.NET TypesWorking with Common.NET TypesWorking with Files, Streams, and Serialization

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C# 9 and .NET 5 – Modern Cross-Platform Development: Build intelligent apps, websites, and services with Blazor, ASP.NET Core, and Entity Framework Core using Visual Studio Code, 5th Edition


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j'ai acheté la version précédente du livre ( C#8.0 and.NET Core 3.0). Je trouve ce livre très bien fait et excellent pour apprendre C# ainsi que la plateforme Visual studio code , et Net Core. Les techniques et outils de développement sont très bien décrits et permettent English Was really painful in chapter 1, got worse in chapter 2: the book is written from a Mac, not from Windows 10, as the main target, and the annotations for WIndows 10 are just too erratic, already out of date (web pages changes) and just way too much typing English