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  • Adapting Projects to Use C# 8 and Nullable Reference Types

    This report is a case study on upgrading a C# 7 class library to C# 8 with nullable reference types. The project used in this case study is a collection of MVVM style base classes, reflection code, and various utility functions. It was chosen because it is reasonably small and has a good mix of idiomatic and unusual C# patterns.

  • Async Streams in C# 8

    Asynchronous programming is an important technique for many modern apps to improve responsiveness. C# 8 debuts Async Streams, which allows an async method return multiple values. Bassam Alugili provides an informative introduction to this new technique.

  • C# 8 Ranges and Recursive Patterns

    C#8 adds Ranges and Recursive Patterns. Ranges define a sequence of data while the use of Recursive Patterns provides the ability to deconstruct objects that match a given pattern. This expands on the basic pattern matching that debuted in C#7.

  • Default Interface Methods in C# 8

    Default interface methods are included in a new feature proposal for C# 8, which will allow developers to use the traits programming technique. Based on an existing language feature found in Java, traits are an OOP technology that promotes the reuse of methods between unrelated classes.


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