Programming C# 6, (Part 1 of 12): Getting started

Programming C# 6, (Part 1 of 12): Getting started

Biz Library
Updated Feb 04, 2020

C# and the .NET Framework provide a complex set of tools and technologies for building software applications on multiple platform. This course covers the basics of what .NET is—along with a bit of history, and where Visual Studio and C# fit into it. Don will explore a simple .NET application so that you can begin to see the structure of both C# code and .NET projects. Then he'll delve into the C# language and why it is so compelling a tool for application development.

Lesson 1:

  • What Is .NET?
  • History of .NET
  • Why .NET?
  • Advantages of .NET.

Lesson 2:

  • .NET Architecture
  • Common Language Runtime (CLR)
  • Compiling a .NET Application
  • Framework Base Class Library
  • A Few Common Namespaces
  • .NET Languages
  • .NET Application: Assemblies
  • What Programs Can You Create?.

Lesson 3:

  • Demo: Visual Studio Command Prompt
  • Demo: Basic .NET Application
  • Demo: .NET Application Concepts
  • Demo: Method Contents
  • Demo: Using Statements.

Lesson 4:

  • Microsoft Intermediate Language
  • Demo: Intermediate Language.

Lesson 5:

  • What Is C#?
  • History of C#
  • Demo: Wikipedia
  • Why Should You Use C#?
  • Standard C#.