Professional Visual Studio 2005

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Overview

  • Taking a unique IDE-centric approach, well-respected authors examine the IDE capabilities readers will need to perform specific tasks, demonstrated in the context of building XML Web services
  • The only book on the topic that introduces each characteristic of the IDE followed by an example of the context in which that feature is used
  • Covers creating custom templates and wizards, reusing code and lightweight code generators, dynamically generating forms through reflections, managing data in the IDE, using the SQL designer to write stored procedures, debugging ASP.NET Web forms, and much more
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Working developers have plenty of reasons to like Visual Studio 2005, and this book illuminates all of them. Coauthored by Microsoft MVP Nick Randolph, Professional Visual Studio 2005 is all about using VS '05 to build better software, and do it more productively and safely.

That's why, for instance, there's an eight-chapter section on automation, with comprehensive coverage of everything from code generation templates to preemptive error correction. It's why that section is followed by even more timesavers, from regular expressions to registry hacks. It's why VS '05's key security features, including cryptography and code obfuscation, each warrant their own chapter.

From code snippets and IntelliSense to Visual Studio 2005's highly touted refactoring tools and generics support, if it makes you more effective, it's in here. Bill Camarda, from the October 2006 Read Only

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764598463
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/21/2006
  • Series: Wrox Professional Guides Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 912
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrew Parsons is an accomplished programmer, journalist, and author. He created, launched, and served as chief editor for Australian Developer magazine, which was so successful that it expanded globally and is now known as International Developer. Subsequent to that success, Parsons launched the local Australian and New Zealand edition of MSDN magazine. In addition, he has written a variety of technical books, including topics as diverse as HTML and CSS, Photoshop, and Visual Basic Express. When not writing, Parsons consults on .NET programming implementations for a number of clients, and currently serves as a senior consultant at Readify Pty, Ltd (www.readify.net), as well as running his own business, Parsons Designs (www.parsonsdesigns.com), and GAMEparents (www.gameparents.com), a website dedicated to helping parents understand and enjoy computer and video games.

Nick Randolph is an experienced .NET developer and solution architect. During his time with Software Engineering Australia, a not-for-profit industry body, Nick founded the Perth .NET Community of Practice and has been integrally involved in the local .NET community since. When Nick joined AutumnCare (www.autumncare.com.au) as Development Manager, he was responsible for their product architecture, which incorporated best practices around building smart client applications using the .NET Framework. Nick is currently a solutions architect with SoftTeq (http://softteq.com), which provides consulting, training, and mentoring services. Outside of his consulting role, Nick takes a proactive approach toward technology, ever seeking to learn, use, and present on beta products. As a Microsoft MVP, Nick has been invited to present at IT conferences such as TechEd, MEDC, and Code Camp, and has been a worldwide finalist judge for the Microsoft Imagine Cup for the last two years.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: The Integrated Development Environment.

Chapter 1: A Quick Tour of the IDE.

Chapter 2: Options.

Chapter 3: The Toolbox.

Chapter 4: The Solution Explorer.

Chapter 5: Customizing the IDE.

Chapter 6: Form Design.

Part II: Project and Solution Design.

Chapter 7: Projects and Solutions.

Chapter 8: Source Control.

Chapter 9: Application Configuration Files.

Chapter 10: XML Resource Files.

Part III: Documentation and Research.

Chapter 11: Help and Research.

Chapter 12: XML Comments.

Chapter 13: Control and Document Outline.

Part IV: Security and Modeling.

Chapter 14: Code Generation.

Chapter 15: Security Concepts.

Chapter 16: Cryptography.

Chapter 17: Obfuscation.

Part V: Coding.

Chapter 18: IntelliSense.

Chapter 19: Code Snippets.

Chapter 20: Regions and Bookmarks.

Chapter 21: Refactoring.

Chapter 22: Generics, Nullable Types, and Partial Types.

Chapter 23: Language-Specific Features.

Chapter 24: The My Namespace.

Part VI: Automation.

Chapter 25: Code Generation Templates.

Chapter 26: Macros.

Chapter 27: Connection Strings.

Chapter 28: Assembly Signing.

Chapter 29: Preemptive Error Correction.

Chapter 30: Strongly Typed DataSets.

Chapter 31: Data Binding and Object Data Sources.

Chapter 32: Add-Ins.

Chapter 33: Third-Party Extensions.

Chapter 34: Starter Kits.

Part VII: Other Time Savers.

Chapter 35: Workspace Control.

Chapter 36: Find and Replace.

Chapter 37: Server Explorer.

Chapter 38: Visual Database Tools.

Chapter 39: Regular Expressions.

Chapter 40: Tips, Hacks, and Tweaks.

Chapter 41: Creating Web Applications.

Chapter 42: Additional Web Techniques.

Chapter 43: Building Device Applications.

Chapter 44: Advanced Device Application Programming.

Part VIII: Build and Deployment.

Chapter 45: Upgrading to Visual Studio 2005.

Chapter 46: Build Customization.

Chapter 47: Deployment: ClickOnce and Other Methods.

Part IX: Debugging and Testing.

Chapter 48: Using the Debugging Windows.

Chapter 49: Debugging Breakpoints.

Chapter 50: Debugging Proxies and Visualizers.

Chapter 51: Maintaining Web Applications.

Chapter 52: Other Debugging Techniques.

Chapter 53: Unit Testing.

Part X: Extensions for Visual Studio 2005.

Chapter 54: InfoPath 2003 Toolkit.

Chapter 55: Visual Studio Tools for Office.

Chapter 56: Visual Studio Team System.

Index.

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