Here are some best practices on async/await programing model based on reading from: Async/Await – Best Practices in Asynchronous Programming TPL and async/await Best Practices for the Busy Developer Use ‘async Task’ or ‘async Task<T>’ instead of ‘async void’. Why? Primarily because of error-handling semantics. When using ‘async void’, any exception thrown will be raised directly on the SynchronizationContext that was active when the async void method started. When using ‘async Task’, exception is captured and plated on the Task object. The exception is asynchronous event handlers, which must regturn void (ex: ICommand.Execute implementations)
async Task MyMethodAsync()
// Do asynchronous work.
Async code works best if it goes all the way from bottom up (or top down). That means that you shouldn’t mix synchronous and asynchronous […]