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Learn how to get the SQL that the Entity Framework Core generates when querying the database.
Lambdas will be getting a small upgrade in C# 9 with two new features. Neither will change the way code is written, but they do clarify the developer’s intent.
In this article, I am going to discuss the Dependency Injection in C# with examples. Please read our previous article where we discussed the Singleton Design Pattern in C# with some examples. Nowadays, the dependency injection design pattern is one of the most frequently used design patterns in real-time applications.
Since C# was first introduced, developers have complained about the lack of a range operator in switch constructs. This made switches far less useful in C# than they were in VB. As part of the pattern-matching enhancements for C# 9, this limitation has been addressed.
As I am getting myself up to date with the modern C# language features, I'd like to share what feels like an interesting and natural use case for IAsyncEnumerable: iterating through a sequence of arbitrary events.
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Stl.Fusion solves both these problems – moreover, it does this almost transparently for you, so most of your code won't even change! And yes, it is scalable and crafted for performance.