The task-based asynchronous pattern (TAP) is a pattern that's used to represent arbitrary asynchronous operations. The concept of this pattern is to represent asynchronous operations in a method and combine the status of the operation and the API that is used to interact with these operators for them to become a single object. The objects are the
Task<TResult> types in the
Task<TResult> classes were announced in .NET Framework 4.0 in order to represent an asynchronous operation. It uses threads that are stored in the thread pool but offers the flexibility of how the task is created. We use the
Task class when ...