Visual C# .Net Enterprise Development

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Now that you've learned the essentials of C#, it's time to start using the power of the language to develop complex enterprise applications. Visual C# .NET Developer's Handbook details C#'s strengths and gets you started building real-world projects. Author John Mueller also details what C# doesn't do well, to help you through difficult programming situations and provide you with solutions for your own applications.

As you'll discover, C# combines the ease of Visual Basic with ...

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Overview

Now that you've learned the essentials of C#, it's time to start using the power of the language to develop complex enterprise applications. Visual C# .NET Developer's Handbook details C#'s strengths and gets you started building real-world projects. Author John Mueller also details what C# doesn't do well, to help you through difficult programming situations and provide you with solutions for your own applications.

As you'll discover, C# combines the ease of Visual Basic with the power required to tap into both the .NET Framework and the Windows API. You'll master standard application development with C#, including creating controls and components, working with threads and Active Directory, and programming security. You'll also master C#'s database connectivity capabilities through ADO.NET and its support for distributed development. You'll be able to build flexible applications that can connect desktops over a LAN or that work over the web with XML and SOAP, or even provide wireless access to mobile devices.

Throughout, Mueller provides advice on working efficiently, taking advantage of C#'s rich visual environment, and avoiding errors, including those to which the language is prone. Two appendices provide special help with making the transition from VB and Visual C++, and a third offers an otherwise undocumented trick: creating a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in.

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The enclosed CD contains all the example code used in the book ready for you to use in your own projects. You also get a collection of utilities of interest to C# developers, including Alchemy Mindworks Graphics Workshop and GIF Construction Set, C Point Antechinus C# Programming Editor, and Phillip Craig's NUnit.

About the Author
John Mueller is a freelance author and technical editor. He has writing in his blood, having produced 54 books and over 200 articles to date, on topics ranging from networking to artificial intelligence to database management to heads-down programming. He is currently the editor of the .NET electronic newsletter for Pinnacle Publishing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782140477
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/3/2002
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 848
  • Product dimensions: 7.36 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 1.46 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I An Overview of C# 1
Ch. 1 Introduction to C# 3
Ch. 2 Working with the .NET Architecture 19
Ch. 3 A Quick View of Classes 45
Ch. 4 Advanced Class Topics 75
Pt. II Standard Application Development with C# 103
Ch. 5 Building Desktop Applications 105
Ch. 6 Creating Controls and Components 149
Ch. 7 Working with Threads 189
Ch. 8 Working with Active Directory 223
Ch. 9 Designing with Security in Mind 255
Ch. 10 Application Packaging Issues 287
Pt. III Database Application Development with C# 313
Ch. 11 Using Databases 315
Ch. 12 ADO Application Development 363
Ch. 13 ADO.NET Application Development 389
Pt. IV Distributed Application Development with C# 429
Ch. 14 Working with Internet Information Server 431
Ch. 15 ASP and ASP.NET Application Development 459
Ch. 16 XML and SOAP Application Development 485
Ch. 17 PDA Application Development 511
Pt. V Appendices 539
App. A C# for Visual C++ Developers 541
App. B C# for Visual Basic Developers 553
App. C Accessing C Library Routines 567
Glossary 595
Index 617
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