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Visual C# .NET Developer's Handbook offers advanced, practical, and comprehensive coverage of major development issues for the hottest new programming language. Well-known programming author John Mueller starts out with expert advice for building complex desktop applications and moves on to major enterprise topics, such as working with Acive Directory and building Web applications with ASP.NET, XML, and SOAP. Readers also get coverage of data access with ADO.NET, .NET security issues, and deploying applications to wireless and PDA devices.
The book is not just for experienced C++ programmers. It has great appeal for the large installed base of experienced Visual Basic developers. Many VB programmers will want to integrate C# code into their applications and this book gives them the tools to do so. The companion CD-ROM comes with all the code from the book, making it easy for programmers to experiment with and adapt it for their own applications.
Provides advice on working efficiently, taking advantage of C#'s rich visual environment, and avoiding errors, including those to which the language is prone. Softcover. CD-ROM included.
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Most developers have at least heard about C#, and many have already written a "Hello World" application or two with it. Read the first page Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs): (learn more)
unmanaged controls, your help file, object sender, unmanaged components, data adapter, unmanaged application, topic identifier, distributed application development, distributed application environment, unmanaged environment, token handle, shareware developer, token information, code for this example, native executable, event log entry, worker thread, unmanaged code, catch portion, multiple constructors, data grid, security descriptor, record pointer, help compiler, other directory services Capitalized Phrases (CAPs): (learn more)
Active Directory, Using Databases, Visual Basic, Building Desktop Applications, Server Explorer, Internet Information Server, Quick View of Classes, Advanced Class Topics, Application Packaging Issues, Solution Explorer, Garbage Collector, Application Techniques, Add Reference, Typing Buddy, Building Help Files, Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit, Internet Explorer, Program Files, Writing Windows Applications, Understanding Critical Sections, Creating Distributed Applications Using, Crystal Reports, Class View, Simple Monitor Example, Collection Editor New!
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An Excellent Intro. to upper level C# and .Net concepts, April 26, 2005
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