Here are some of the best .NET, C# and ASP NET posts from this week.
This Weeks Articles
By Munib Butt
In today’s article we will look at pattern matching in C#. This is a way to match certain members in our objects or the objects themselves to certain conditions and values. This is an especially useful technique to make our code more concise and readable. We will look at several different patterns for matching.
By Jon Galloway
ASP.NET makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. Whether you’re new to .NET or an old pro, we’ve got a lot of fresh videos, tutorials, and documentation to help you learn how to build great HTTP APIs.
By Jimmy Bogard
Generics are great, until they aren't, and when they aren't is when you don't know the type at compile-time but at runtime. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, and isn't necessarily a design problem. Remember, void Main is not generic, so at some point, your program needs to cross the generic divide. Sometimes, this is explicit (you instantiate an object of a closed generic type) or implicit (you use a DI container to inject a closed generic type).
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