.NET Enterprise Development in VB.NET: From Design to Deployment / Edition 1by Apress, Brian Patterson, Bill Forgey, Karil Watson
Pub. Date: 02/22/2002
This is a solution-focused book which uses an extended case study to give the reader a clear understanding of all the issues involvedin the design and development of a complete enterprise application. During the book, we use a tool developed by an author (The full source code is made available to readers, with an appendix devoted to its full description), which… See more details below
This is a solution-focused book which uses an extended case study to give the reader a clear understanding of all the issues involvedin the design and development of a complete enterprise application. During the book, we use a tool developed by an author (The full source code is made available to readers, with an appendix devoted to its full description), which abstracts a lot of the complexity of building a rich application object model making it possible for application architects and programmers to create a powerful, highly reusable object model with a simple desktop application.
The book begins by taking a look at the overall design of the enterprise application and then moves on to show how the enterprise can be accessed from desktop and mobile applications, as well as over the web using ASP.NET. Web Services also play a big part by exposing the functionality of the underlying business objects, as well as being used for authentication amongst other things. Of course, security is discussed where particular issues arise, as well as being covered in more depth in its own chapter. Once we have the enterprise application up and running, we look at administration, hosting, and management.
All in all, this book provides a hands-on practical guide, and developers will be able to apply the lessons learned here to their own applications without having to sift through reams of theory first.
This book, by means of a case study, teaches people how to set up and run an enterprise solution using .NET.
People interested in this would be:
Developing and selling off-the-shelf software products for use as line-of-business (or to an extent productivity) applications
People who customize either their own organization's off-the-shelf products or another organization's off-the-shelf products for deployment as a line-of-business application
Developing line-of-business applications internally
Intermediate in level, this book will help beginners and advanced developers alike to appreciate the scope and requirements inherent in building enterprise applications.
Author Biography: After working with Wrox Press on a number of projects since 1999, Matthew Reynolds is now an in-house author for Wrox writing about and working with just about every aspect of the Microsoft .NET Framework. He's also a regular contributor to Wrox's ASPToday, C#Today, and Web Services Architect sites. He lives and works in North London.
Karli Watson is an in-house author for Wrox Press with a penchant for multicolored clothing. He started out with the intention of becoming a world famous nanotechnologist, so perhaps one day you might recognize his name as he receives a Nobel Prize. For now, though, Karli's computing interests include all things mobile, and upcoming technologies such as C#.
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Table of Contents
|Ch. 2||Application Design||21|
|Ch. 3||The Application Browser||59|
|Ch. 4||Developing for the Desktop||101|
|Ch. 5||Automated Processes and Transactions||139|
|Ch. 6||Web Services||173|
|Ch. 8||Mobile Controls||241|
|Ch. 10||Automated Deployment and Code Access Security||307|
|App. A||The WEO Object Builder||411|
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