With the release of .NET, Microsoft has once again altered the distributed programming landscape. Almost everything has changed, from data access, to remote object calls, to the deployment of software components. And of course, .NET introduces a new technology in XML Web services that may revolutionize Web development.
Distributed .NET Programming in C# describes how to use these new .NET technologies to build fast, scalable, and robust distributed applications. Along the way, it answers common questions such as, How do I use the .NET Remoting Framework? What role does COM+ play in the .NET universe? How can I interoperate with COM components? What's the difference between .NET Remoting and Web services? How will these changes affect the architecture and design of a distributed application?
Author Tom Barnaby assumes the reader is already familiar with the fundamentals of .NET. However, a .NET overview is provided to concisely explain several of the core .NET technologies that are essential for distributed programming, including building, versioning, and deploying assemblies; garbage collection; serialization; and attribute-based programming.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.|
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Evolution of Distributed Programming
Chapter 2: This is .NET
Chapter 3: Introduction to .NET Remoting
Chapter 4: Distributed Programming with .NET Remoting
Chapter 5: Additional Remoting Techniques
Chapter 6: Understanding XML Web Services
Chapter 7: Understanding COM Interop
Chapter 8: Leveraging Component Services
Chapter 9: The Messaging Namespace
Appendix A: "Data Access with ADO.NET", Ch.13 from "C# and the .NET Platform," by Andrew Troelsen