Join Ted Neward for an in-depth discussion in this video Reflection types, part of CLR Reflection for Developers.
- [Narrator] So let's get started with Don and reflection.…To start with, where exactly does the CLR implement the…Reflection libraries?…What assemblies do we need to use if we're going to make use…of .NET Reflection?…Fortunately, most of the Reflection APIs live…inside of the System.Reflection namespace,…which is, again, part of the standard library…that ships with any common language infrastructure…implementation, be that the Windows.NET framework,…be that the Mono framework, be that the CoreCLR,…there are some slight differences between the CoreCLR…and the Windows.NET framework, so occasionally there may…be a few things that slightly differ as we go through.…
Most of this is going to be pretty straight forward.…Most of this will simply depend on having access…to the System.NET Reflection assembly,…which, again, as I said, ships with every version…of .NET, you just may need to reference certain assemblies…as you build projects on your own.…Within the System.Reflection API,…most of the classes will be type-centric related.…
- Working with the IL Disassembler (Ildasm)
- Namespaces and types
- Type API
- Properties API
- MethodBase and MethodInfo API
- Constructors API
- Fields API
- Constructing objects
- Accessing properties and fields
- Invoking methods
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. IL Disassembler (Ildasm)
3. Reflection Namespace and Types
4. Type API
5. Properties API
6. MethodBase and MethodInfo API
7. Constructors API
Constructors API demo2m 52s
8. Fields API
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