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Enterprise Application Development with Visual C++ 2005 teaches developers how to create practical business applications using managed C++ and Visual Studio? 2005. It offers best practices for coding and C++ development, including class programming, code factoring, source control, memory management, and interdependency and interoperability. Special attention is also given to new features in Visual C++ 2005, such as IDE enhancements, compiler features, ECMA syntax for managed C++, and C++ language extensions. Database application development, XML Web Service integration, and MSI deployment tools integrated in Visual Studio 2005 are also covered in detail. Throughout the book a wide variety of practical examples are used to illustrate features of the language. In addition, users learn how to create an enterprise application installation package from the ground up, which performs a full range of deployment tasks ranging from creating SQL Server database to registering and configuring both managed and unmanaged Windows and XML Web Services. After reading this detailed resource, developers and programmers will have all the skills needed to create enterprise-quality applications.
Chapter 1: Visual Studio IDE; Chapter 2: Managed C++: ECMA Syntax; Chapter 3: New C++ .NET Language Features; Chapter 4: C++ Coding Best Practices; Chapter 5: GUI Application Development; Chapter 6: Database Application Development with ADO.NET; Chapter 7: XML Web Service Development and Integration; Chapter 8: Unmanaged and Interop Application Development; Chapter 9: Software Project Maintenance; Chapter 10: Application Deployment; Appendix: About the CD-ROM; Index
Posted August 5, 2006
Max Fomitchev's Enterprise Application Development With Visual C++ 2005 comes from a Moscow Ph.D. and covers the best practices for coding and C++ development. Plenty of practical real-life examples pepper instruction on how to use compilers, enhance and change database applications, and more. The fundamentals of successful coding and application development practices are imparted along with coverage of the latest Visual C++ 2005 features, making this a top reference for applications developers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.