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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 Tapa blanda – Ilustrado, 31 octubre 2019
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Publisher's Note: Microsoft stops supporting .NET Core 3.1 in December 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.
- Build modern, cross-platform applications with .NET Core 3.0
- Get up to speed with C#, and up to date with all the latest features of C# 8.0
- Start creating professional web applications with ASP.NET Core 3.0
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 book covers all the topics you need. Part 1 teaches the fundamentals of C#, including object-oriented programming, and new C# 8.0 features such as nullable reference types, simplified switch pattern matching, and default interface methods. Part 2 covers the .NET Standard APIs, such as managing and querying data, monitoring and improving performance, working with the filesystem, async streams, serialization, and encryption. Part 3 provides examples of cross-platform applications you can build and deploy, such as web apps using ASP.NET Core or mobile apps using Xamarin.Forms. The book introduces three technologies for building Windows desktop applications including Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps, as well as web applications, web services, and mobile apps.
What you will learn
- Build cross-platform applications for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android
- Explore application development with C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0
- Explore ASP.NET Core 3.0 and create professional web applications
- Learn object-oriented programming and C# multitasking
- Query and manipulate data using LINQ
- Use Entity Framework Core and work with relational databases
- Discover Windows app development using the Universal Windows Platform and XAML
- Build mobile applications for iOS and Android using Xamarin.Forms
Who this book is for
Readers with some prior programming experience or with a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) background, who want to gain a solid foundation with C# 8.0 and .NET Core 3.0.
Table of Contents
- Hello, C#! Welcome, .NET!
- Speaking C#
- Controlling Flow and Converting Types
- Writing, Debugging, and Testing Functions
- Building Your Own Types with Object-Oriented Programming
- Implementing Interfaces and Inheriting Classes
- Understanding and Packaging .NET Types
- Working with Common .NET Types
- Working with Files, Streams, and Serialization
- Protecting Your Data and Applications
- Working with Databases Using Entity Framework Core
- Querying and Manipulating Data Using LINQ
- Improving Performance and Scalability Using Multitasking
- Practical Applications of C# and .NET
- Building Websites Using ASP.NET Core Razor Pages
- Building Websites Using the Model-View-Controller Pattern
- Building Websites Using a Content Management System
- Building and Consuming Web Services
- Building Intelligent Apps Using Machine Learning
- Building Windows Desktop Apps
- Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps Using Xamarin.Forms
- Appendix (Bonus Chapter)
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"Mark Price has delivered the most comprehensive and well-written book on C# 8 that I know of. It is my go-to source, and I recommend it highly."--
Jesse Liberty, Microsoft MVP
"Not only does Mark Price show you everything you need to get started with C# and .NET Core, the book also covers the ecosystem around it and gives you tons of examples and real-world applications to practice on. An awesome hands-on book that I highly recommend for anyone starting a career on the .NET Core platform."--
Håkan Edling, Founder of Piranha CMS
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Detalles del producto
- Editorial : Packt Publishing; N.º: 4 edición (31 octubre 2019)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tapa blanda : 818 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1788478126
- ISBN-13 : 978-1788478120
- Peso del producto : 1.38 kg
- Dimensiones : 19.05 x 4.7 x 23.5 cm
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº179 en Diseño de software orientado a objetos
- nº1,221 en Lenguajes de programación informáticos
- nº2,859 en Programación y desarrollo de software (Libros)
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If you are a book writer then please create a book that builds fully working demonstrations that allow great developers to see what if anything, are the benefits and or young developers to learn something, otherwise everyone will create the same basic looking, slow apps that do nothing.
Maybe these latest book are basic because no one is really pushing these new technologies much or maybe the new technologies of .net core is too limited and needs more refinement or microsoft is offering to much choice to quickly or maybe the real developers are still using .net of old or have gone elsewhere because they cannot work out what the fragmented future will be, maybe its all of these. Personally I do not care about open source or closed off systems, I just want the best system and a system that works, give me a massive competitive advantage, is the future and everyone is using it. I also prefer to pay for peoples time, free means it may not be supported in the future.
Sorry to the author, its probably not your fault.
So, that's NOT what this book is.
In addition, it has a very clear and comprehensive plan of getting you there. There is no assumption that one is proficient in C# (or why buy the book). It goes through useful doable examples,. Only thing I would say, use Visual Studio rather than Visual Studio Code, due to the complexity of MS updating and versioning of .Net and EF etc. VS 2019 takes care of these automatically, and makes all code easy to edit and run.
In my humble opinion, and I am only 25% through the book, I have gained a lot of info and insight into C# and .Net, including things like assessment of code and testing, which I used to do in a more amateurish way before.
I will update my review when I finish the book.
There were plenty of good reviews for this book which I took at face value but now have to question.
The book seems to consider itself a tutorial on programming generally, as well as on C# specifically. In trying to be both, it fails. If you're learning programming this will only confuse you, if you're familiar with programming you need more detail and depth and less handholding, and something better than a quick introduction to the frameworks (a very large chunk of this book is taken up with web frameworks which should be but isn't reflected in the title).
I would recommend instead looking at the C# books by Andrew Troelsen.
On developing the different types of application the book is frankly pathetic. In such situations what one needs is a simple guide to reaching a "Hello World" application with guidelines on how to pass data and instructions back and forth. This book spends an inordinate amount of time telling you what .net etc can do without actually telling you how to do it.
Online courses are good but this book showed me loads of new things that wernt taught the author gives his opinion on somethings also if some techniques are not used often or if theybare frowned upon.
It has a good practices section under each topic which tells younwhat you should do.
I really like this book it has the detail you would want while teaching the content quickly.
It gives reference links for further reading whichbos handy.