I’ve recently released an article on TDN titled, “Essential C# 6 Features You Need to Know!”. In it, I share multiple C# 6 examples that are easy to understand and will get you started right away.
With the final version of C# 6 having been released, we can seen that a lot of syntax changes have occurred since its inception. Because of this, I’ve noticed that most of the blog posts currently on the internet don’t work anymore or are too vague about how they implemented a feature.
I thought it would be useful to make a list of the most essential C# 6 features with simple code examples that would make it both easy to understand and simple to copy/paste a sample into a new console app to try it. Let’s jump in.
The Full Article
The full article is hosted on the TDN website and you can access it here.