Visual C++.NET Bible

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If you want to gain more precise control over Windows and Web-based applications, this is the only comprehensive combination reference with tutorial you need by your side. Expert programmer and author Tom Archer begins with thorough hands on introduction, such as SDI applications, MDI applications and dialogs then moves quickly to the skills expected of professionals, such as internet programming, multithreaded programming and attribute programming.
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Overview

If you want to gain more precise control over Windows and Web-based applications, this is the only comprehensive combination reference with tutorial you need by your side. Expert programmer and author Tom Archer begins with thorough hands on introduction, such as SDI applications, MDI applications and dialogs then moves quickly to the skills expected of professionals, such as internet programming, multithreaded programming and attribute programming.
The author ensures that the novice professional receives special explanation as well as dispensing expert tips, such as ATL Server issues and programming .NET for the advanced developers.
This book fills the "holes " between understanding how to create a Visual C++ project and how to implement a complex application.
Visual C++.NET Bible is the essential guide for developers at every skill level with its step-by-step instructions, real world examples and Tom's expert insight into developing industrial strength applications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764548376
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Series: Bible
  • Edition description: CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1248
  • Sales rank: 984,019
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 2.28 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Pt. I User Interface 1
Ch. 1 Writing Your First MFC Application 3
Ch. 2 Documents, Views, and SDI 33
Ch. 3 MDI Applications 73
Ch. 4 Menus 105
Ch. 5 Mouse and Keyboard Processing 131
Ch. 6 Status Bars and Toolbars 159
Ch. 7 Tree View and List View Controls 189
Ch. 8 Programming the GDI 223
Ch. 9 Bitmaps, Palettes, and DIBs 259
Pt. II Dialogs 299
Ch. 10 Dialog Basics and Common Controls 301
Ch. 11 Dialog Boxes and Form Views 351
Ch. 12 Property Sheets and Pages 389
Pt. III Advanced Programming 415
Ch. 13 Custom Draw Controls 417
Ch. 14 Adding Custom Behavior to Controls 435
Ch. 15 Print and Print Preview 467
Ch. 16 Working with DLLs 491
Ch. 17 Multithreaded Programming 527
Ch. 18 Exception Handling 549
Pt. IV Data I/O 577
Ch. 19 Clipboard 579
Ch. 20 ODBC 607
Ch. 21 MFC Database Classes 637
Ch. 22 ADO 677
Ch. 23 DAO 703
Ch. 24 CFile and File I/O in MFC 731
Ch. 25 Using XML from Visual C++ 757
Pt. V COM and ATL 773
Ch. 26 Introduction to Interface-Based Programming 775
Ch. 27 Creating and Consuming Components 797
Ch. 28 Type Libraries 815
Ch. 29 Threading in COM 831
Ch. 30 Introduction to ATL 845
Ch. 31 Windowing with ATL 869
Ch. 32 Eventing with ATL 891
Ch. 33 Automation with ATL 909
Ch. 34 Introducing the WTL 931
Pt. VI Programming with COM+ 945
Ch. 35 Building Stateful COM+ Applications 947
Ch. 36 COM+ and Loosely Coupled Events 969
Ch. 37 COM+ Queued Components 993
Pt. VII ATL Server 1017
Ch. 38 Getting Started with ATL Server 1019
Ch. 39 Creating Web Services with ATL Server 1033
Ch. 40 Writing ATL Server Applications 1049
Pt. VIII Programming .NET 1069
Ch. 41 Introducing .NET 1071
Ch. 42 Writing Managed C++ Code 1083
Ch. 43 Multithreading with Managed C++ 1101
Ch. 44 Working with Windows Forms 1135
Index 1155
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