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I wanted to know how is the top-level statements feature in C# 9 handled and what’s actually produced. Although I originally planned to do just a quick test and the look at the IL, I kept testing the feature more and more.
In this article, We will talk about Onion Architecture In ASP.NET Core and it’s advantages. We will also together build a WebApi that follows a variant of Onion Architecture so that we get to see why it is important to implement such an architecture in your upcoming projects.
There’s been several times in my C# career where I’ve had to generate new class types at runtime. Hopefully writing about it will help others in the same situation. It also means I won’t have to look up the same StackOverflow articles again in the future! Whilst I originally did this in .NET 4.6.2, I’ve provided samples for the newer .NET Core 3.0.
In this article, we will build a basic real-time messaging application in a distributed architecture. We will use Abp Framework for infrastructure and tiered startup template, SignalR for real-time server-client communication and RabbitMQ as the distributed event bus.
Visual Studio's Immediate Window opens up the opportunity to do some weird and wonderful things when debugging.