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What's new in Umbraco C# 8?

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Question 1/64

Who already installed
Visual Studio 2019 (or used it in the Preview)?

Question 2/64

Who is regularly using C# 7 features?

If it's there - use it.

If you can't use the latest C# Umbraco at work, do it at least at home!
(unless you're working from home...)

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C# history in a nutshell

  • C# 3 - LINQ FTW!
  • C# 4 - Dynamics FTW!
  • C# 5 - Async FTW!
  • C# 6 - ???
    • Roslyn (compiler-as-a-service)
    • Exception fillters
    • Auto property initializers & default values for getter-only properties
    • Expression-bodied members
    • Null propagator
    • String interpolation
    • nameof
  • C# 7 - ???
    • Out variables
    • Pattern Matching FTW!
    • Tuples
    • Local functions
    • Ref, ref, ref... (returns, locals)
    • Expression-bodied constructors, finalizers, getters and setters
  • C# 8 - ???

C# FTW!

C# 7.1

14th August 2017
Visual Studio 2017 Update 3 (version 15.3)

https://github.com/dotnet/csharplang

https://github.com/dotnet (Roslyn, corefx, corecrl and more..)

Contribute!

Gotchas!

C# 8.x with Umbraco?



Nah, not yet...

Works only in
VS 2019 Preview

(for now - why??)

What's next?!

Default Interface Members

MySweetClassWhichIDontWantToModify myClass = 
    new MySweetClassWhichIDontWantToModify();

// Won't work because FireAllDevs() is private
myClass.FireAllDevs(); 

ICanHasDefaultMembers myClassOnSteroids = 
    (ICanHasDefaultMembers)myClass;

myClassOnSteroids.FireAllDevs(); // It works!

Implicitly Typed

new-expressions

Where to look for more

Marcin Zajkowski

Umbraco MVP, Trainer & Certified Master @ The Cogworks

 

 

 

CTO / CKO @ WOW School

Marcin @ umbraCoffee (Friday's 12:30 on YT)

Blogger @ udfnd.pl

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Always up-to-d8! What's New in C# 8?

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Always up-to-d8! What's New in C# 8?

Some developers haven't switched their manners to using the new C# 6 features yet and now we have version 7.3 and 8.0 in the preview! What’s new in the latest version? Should we be scared of the coming changes? Should we refactor current solutions or use the latest features in the next projects? For those and other questions, we will answer during this talk...

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