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The team at Microsoft has added another way to do logging that touts that it’s faster than using the old new way (ILogger). In this article, I will discuss the old way of logging and introduce the new LoggerMessage class.
Improve the quality of your data using validation rules for .NET MAUI. Any app that accepts input from users should ensure that the input is valid. Without validation, a user can supply data that causes the app to fail. Validation enforces business rules and prevents an attacker from injecting malicious data.
Interfaces - what are they for? Not quite inheritance yet they seem to fit the same purpose.
C# 11 is the next version of C# coming in .NET 7, and it is introducing a warning wave that issues a warning when a type is declared with all lower-case letters. This is being done so that in the future the language can begin moving away from conditional keywords and instead use full on keywords instead. The warning is alerting customers to types that may become keywords in future versions.
In a previous post “Getting Started with the Roslyn APIs: Writing Code with Code“, I demonstrated a relatively simple way to generate code using the Roslyn APIs. In this post, I want to revisit the topic from a fresh angle and demonstrate the foundations for achieving a slightly different goal.
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