Mastering C# and .NET Framework
Mastering C# and .NET Framework will take you in to the depths of C# 6.0/7.0 and .NET 4.6, so you can understand how the platform works when it runs your code, and how you can use this knowledge to write efficient applications. Take full advantage of the new revolution in .NET development, including open source status and cross-platform capability, and get to grips with the architectural changes of CoreCLR.
Start with how the CLR executes code, and discover the niche and advanced aspects of C# programming – from delegates and generics, through to asynchronous programming. Run through new forms of type declarations and assignments, source code callers, static using syntax, auto-property initializers, dictionary initializers, null conditional operators, and many others. Then unlock the true potential of the .NET platform. Learn how to write OWASP-compliant applications, how to properly implement design patterns in C#, and how to follow the general SOLID principles and its implementations in C# code.
We finish by focusing on tips and tricks that you'll need to get the most from C# and .NET.
This book also covers .NET Core 1.1 concepts as per the latest RTM release in the last chapter.
|Course Length||15 hours 30 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||15 Dec 2016|
|C# – what's different in the language?|
|Languages: strongly typed, weakly typed, dynamic, and static|
|The true reason for delegates|
|The evolution in versions 2.0 and 3.0|
|The OWASP initiative|
|The OWASP Top 10|
|A1 – injection|
|A2 – Broken Authentication and Session Management|
|A3 – Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)|
|A4 – Insecure Direct Object References|
|A5 – Security Misconfiguration|
|A6 – Sensitive Data Exposure|
|A7 – Missing Function-level Access Control|
|A8 – Cross-Site Request Forgery|
|A9 – Using components with known vulnerabilities|
|A10 – Invalidated redirects and forwards|