Asynchronous programming at its most basic level is a way of executing a potentially long running task but doing so in a way that doesn’t block the whole program and makes it so that the program is still responsive to events and user input.

In this video, I’ll show you how to write asynchronous code in C# using the async and await keywords. I’ll use an example of a C# WinForms application that calls a slow API, demonstrating how you can allow the API call to run while still being able to interact with the UI simultaneously.

If you want to know more about async/await in C# or have any other questions, then get in touch.

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