Applied .NET Attributes

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Attributes are used to modify the runtime behavior of code in the .NET Framework. Applied .NET Attributes explores the application of .NET attributes and how developers can write custom attributes that provide the maximum level of code reuse and flexibility.

Attributed programming is a feature of .NET that is still relatively unexplored and unknown. Because attributes are used to modify the runtime behavior of code in the .NET Framework, their use is extremely important and will...

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Overview

Attributes are used to modify the runtime behavior of code in the .NET Framework. Applied .NET Attributes explores the application of .NET attributes and how developers can write custom attributes that provide the maximum level of code reuse and flexibility.

Attributed programming is a feature of .NET that is still relatively unexplored and unknown. Because attributes are used to modify the runtime behavior of code in the .NET Framework, their use is extremely important and will become even more important over time. This insightful guide covers the fundamentals of attributes, common .NET attributes, the use of custom attributes, and advanced techniques.

Table of Contents

  1. Attribute Fundamentals
  2. Compile-time and Design-time Attributes
  3. Attributes and Runtime Behavior
  4. Building Custom Attributes
  5. Applying Custom Attributes
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590591369
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 10/8/2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 0.50 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Jason Bock is a senior consultant for Magenic Technologies (http://www.magenic.com). He has worked on a number of business applications using a diverse set of substrates and languages such as C#, .NET, and Java. He is the author of CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET and .NET Security, both published by Apress, as well as Visual Basic 6 Win32 API Tutorial. He has also written numerous articles on technical development issues associated with both Visual Basic and Java. Jason holds both a bachelor's and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Marquette University. You can find out more about him at http://www.jasonbock.net.

Tom Barnaby is a Microsoft consultant, C# "Most Valuable Professional," national speaker, and author of several .NET books including Distributed .NET Programming in C#, and Applied .NET Attributes. In his spare time, Tom enjoys playing with his two sons, watching movies in the family home theater room, and banging out power chords on his electric guitar with the volume turned to 11.

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Table of Contents

About the Authors
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1 Attribute Fundamentals 1
Ch. 2 Compile-time and Design-time Attributes 27
Ch. 3 Attributes and Runtime Behavior 61
Ch. 4 Building Custom Attributes 119
Ch. 5 Applying Custom Attributes 161
App Physical Representation of Metadata 195
Index 203
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