The state of validation in C# leaves something to be desired. Recently I was writing some code in the same old classic styles and the frustration got to me - surely there must be a better approach that doesn’t involve great lists of strings, the use of exceptions for flow control, and brittle unit tests.
Saturday, July 14 2018 visual-studio
In an earlier post, I detailed how I converted a personal project across to the new csproj file format - it turns out that I made a few mistakes in the process.
To recap from last time, we want to create a simple library that allows us to express validation in a straightforward way, allowing us to concentrate on the rules we’re checking, not the boilerplate needed to make it work.
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