Programming Microsoft® .NET

Programming Microsoft® .NET
Published:May 15, 2002Language:English
Author:Jeff Prosise (Wintellect)Technology:Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
Length:816 PagesISBN 13:9780735613768

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About The BookLearn how to develop robust, Web-enabled and Microsoft Windows–based applications by taking advantage of C# and the Microsoft .NET Framework

The Microsoft .NET initiative builds on industry standards to make interoperable software services available anywhere, on any device, over the Internet. Behind the initiative is the Microsoft .NET Framework, which combines a managed run-time environment with one of the richest class libraries ever invented to make building and deploying Web-enabled applications easier than ever. Find out how to leverage the full power of the .NET Framework with this definitive, one-stop resource, written by a leading authority in his trademark easy-to-follow, conversational style. You’ll learn about the key programming models embodied in the .NET Framework, including Windows® Forms, Web Forms, and XML Web services. And you’ll benefit from a wealth of how-to examples, code samples, and complete working programs in C#. Topics covered in this guide include:
  • Hello, .NET
  • Types and Exceptions
  • The .NET Framework Class Library
  • Windows Forms
  • Web Forms
  • Web Controls
  • User Controls
  • Custom Controls
  • Web Applications
  • Microsoft ASP.NET Security
  • XML Web Services
  • Microsoft ADO.NET
  • XML
  • Multithreading
  • RemotingCD-ROM FEATURES:
  • A fully searchable electronic version of the book
  • Source code for more than 60 complete sample programs and components written in C#
  • The Microsoft .NET Framework SDK, plus Service Pack 1Wintellect Click here to learn more about the author and about Wintellect!
  • About Jeff Prosise (Wintellect)Jeff Prosise has been writing software for 17 years and authoring books, articles, and magazine columns about computers and computer programming for 14 years. His first book was PC Magazine DOS 5 Techniques and Utilities, which was published by Ziff-Davis Press in 1991; his most recent effort is Programming Windows with MFC, Second Edition, published by Microsoft Press in 1999. Jeff is also a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine, where he writes regular columns and feature articles about Microsoft .NET, COM, MFC, and Win32® programming; and a contributing editor for PC Magazine. Jeff cofounded Wintellect, a software consulting and education firm based in Knoxville, Tennessee. As a principal of Wintellect, Jeff travels the world teaching programming seminars and speaking at the Visual C++ Developers Conference, WinDev, WinSummit and other programming conferences. Over the years, Jeff has developed a reputation for making complex technical topics understandable.

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