SharpCrafters PostSharp V6.4.5 Enterprise
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SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise: A Powerful Tool for Aspect-Oriented Programming
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) is a paradigm that allows developers to modularize cross-cutting concerns, such as logging, caching, validation, or exception handling, into reusable aspects that can be applied to any method or class. AOP can improve the readability, maintainability, and testability of code by reducing code duplication and complexity.
However, AOP is not natively supported by most .NET languages, such as C# or VB.NET. To use AOP in .NET, developers need a tool that can inject aspects into the compiled code at build time or runtime. One of the most popular and powerful tools for AOP in .NET is SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise.
SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise is a comprehensive framework that enables developers to implement AOP in .NET applications with ease and efficiency. It provides a rich set of ready-made aspects for common scenarios, such as logging, caching, threading, performance, security, design patterns, and more. It also allows developers to create their own custom aspects using a fluent and expressive syntax.
SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise is compatible with Visual Studio 2019 and supports .NET Framework 4.5+, .NET Core 2.0+, and .NET Standard 2.0+. It also integrates with popular tools and frameworks, such as NLog, log4net, Serilog, Autofac, Ninject, Unity, ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, and more.
To download SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise, visit this link. You can also read the release notes here. If you want to learn more about AOP and PostSharp, check out the blog or the documentation.
In this article, we will show you how to use some of the features of SharpCrafters PostSharp v6.4.5 Enterprise in a simple console application. We will use the LoggingAspect to automatically log the execution of methods, the CacheAspect to cache the return values of methods, and the RetryAspect to retry a method in case of an exception.
To get started, create a new console application project in Visual Studio and install the PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics, PostSharp.Patterns.Caching, and PostSharp.Patterns.Common NuGet packages. Then, add a new class named Calculator with two methods: Add and Divide. The Add method takes two integers as parameters and returns their sum. The Divide method takes two integers as parameters and returns their quotient. If the second parameter is zero, it throws a DivideByZeroException.
To apply the aspects to the methods, we need to add some attributes to the class or the methods. The [Log] attribute enables logging for the class or the method. The [Cache] attribute enables caching for the method. The [Retry] attribute enables retrying for the method. We can also specify some properties for the attributes, such as the logging level, the cache duration, or the number of retries.
The following code shows how to apply the aspects to the Calculator class: ec8f644aee