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C♯ .NET web developer's guide : [develop and deliver enterprise-critical desktop and web applications with C♯ .NET]

Autore: Adrian Turtschi
Pubblicazione: Rockland, Mass. Syngress Media ©2002
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Helps developers eliminate programming errors that can lead to increased development costs. This book teaches Web developers to quickly and easily build solutions for the Microsoft .NET platform.

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Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento Libro, Risorsa Internet
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Adrian Turtschi
ISBN: 1928994504 9781928994503
Numero OCLC: 248131384
Descrizione: XXII, 793 Seiten Illustrationen 24 cm 1 CD-ROM
Contenuti: ForewordChapter 1 Introducing the Microsoft .NET Platform Introduction Introducing the.NET Platform Microsoft .NET and Windows DNA Microsoft .NET Architecture Hierarchy Features of the .NET Platform Multilanguage Development Platform and Processor Independence Automatic Memory Management Versioning Support Support for Open Standards Easy Deployment Distributed Architecture Interoperability with Unmanaged Code Security Performance and Scalability Components of the .NET Architecture .NET Runtime Managed/Unmanaged Code Intermediate Language Common Type System .NET Base Class Library (BCL) Assemblies Metadata Assemblies and Modules Assembly Cache Reflection Just In Time Compilation Garbage Collection Exploring the Code Cycle The Pursuit of Standardization Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 2 Introducing C# Programming Introduction Getting Started Creating Your First C# Program Compiling and Executing Defining a Class Declaring the MainMethod Organizing Libraries with Namespaces Using the using Keyword Adding Comments Introducing Data Types Value Types Reference Types Explaining Control Structures Using the ifStatement Using the if-elseStatement Using the switch caseStatement Using the forStatement Using the whileStatement Using the do whileStatement Using the breakStatement Using the continueStatement Using the returnStatement Using the gotoStatement Understanding Properties and Indexers Using Properties Accessing Lists with Indexers Using Delegates and Events Delegates Events Using Exception Handling Using the tryBlock Using the catchBlock Using the finallyBlock Using the throwStatement Understanding Inheritance Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 3 Visual Studio.NET IDE Introduction Introducing Visual Studio.NET Components of VS.NET Design Window Code Window Server Explorer Toolbox Docking Windows Properties Explorer Solution Explorer Object Browser Dynamic Help Task List Explorer Features of VS.NET IntelliSense XML Editor Documentation Generation (XML Embedded Commenting) Customizing the IDE Creating a Project Projects Creating a Project Add Reference Build the Project Debugging a Project Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 4 Windows Forms Introduction Introducing Windows Forms Writing a Simple Windows Forms Application Adding Controls Adding an Event Handler Adding Controls at Runtime Attaching an Event Handler at Runtime Writing a Simple Text Editor Starting the Project Creating a Menu Adding a New Form Creating a Multiple Document Interface Creating a Dialog Form Using Form Inheritance Adding a TabControl Anchoring Controls Connecting the Dialog Using the ListView and TreeView Controls Building an ImageList Adding a ListView Attaching a Context Menu Adding a TreeView Adding a Splitter Implementing Drag and Drop Creating Controls Creating a User Control Writing a Custom Control Subclassing Controls Custom Controls in Internet Explorer Setting Up IIS Creating a Virtual Directory Writing a Test Page Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 5 Network Programming: Using TCP and UDP Protocols Introduction Introducing Networking and Sockets Introduction to TCP Introduction to UDP Introduction to Ports System.NetNamespace System.Net.SocketsNamespace Example TCP Command Transmission and Processing General Usage of Needed .NET Classes The Server The Client Compiling and Running the Example Example UDP Command Transmission and Processing General Usage of Needed .NET Classes The Server The Client Compiling and Running the Example Creating a News Ticker Using UDP Multicasting General Usage of Needed .NET Classes The Server The Client Compiling and Running the Example Creating a UDP Client Server Chat Application The TCPServerSessionClass The TCPServerClass The Chat Protocol The ChatServerClass The ChatClientClass Compiling and Running the Example Creating a TCP P2P File Sharing Application The Remote File Stream Protocol The RemoteFileStreamServerClass The RemoteFileStreamProxyClass The FileSharingPeerClass Compiling and Running the Example Access to Web Resources General Usage of Needed .NET Classes A Web Access Client Compiling and Running the Example Request Method Redirection Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 6 Remoting Introduction Introducing Remoting Remoting Architecture Creating a Simple Remoting Client Server Creating the Remote Server Object Creating the Hosting Application Creating the Client Application Understanding the Remoting Code Improving the Sample Application Creating an Intranet Application Object Lifetime and Leasing Creating Service-Based Applications Building a Versioned Remoting Application Summary/Solution Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 7 Message Queuing Using MSMQ Introduction Introducing MSMQ MSMQ Architecture Installing MSMQ Creating a Simple Application Understanding the Messaging Code Setting Queue Options Creating a Complex Application Creating the MSMQGraphics Drawing Library Creating the DrawingSender Project Creating the DrawingReceiver Project Creating an Asynchronous Application Using Public Queues While Disconnected from the Network Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 8 ADO.NET Introduction Introducing ADO.NET ADO.NET Architecture Understanding the ConnectionObject Building the Connection String Understanding the CommandObject Understanding DataReaders Understanding DataSets and DataAdapters Differences between DataReader Model and DataSet Model Understanding the DataViewObject Working with System.Data.OleDb Using DataReaders Using DataSets Working with SQL.NET Using Stored Procedures Working with Odbc.NET Using DSN Connection Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 9 Working with XML Introduction Introduction to XML Explaining XML DOM Explaining XPath Explaining XSL Explaining XML Schemas XML Classes in the .NET Framework Working with XML DOM Creating an Empty XML DOM Document Adding an Element to the XML Document Updating an Element in the XML Document Deleting an Element in the XML Document Loading and Saving the XML Document Working with XML and Relational Data XML and the DataSetClass XML Schemas and the DataSetClass Traversing Relations in the DataSetClass Working with XPath and XSL Transformations Working with XPath Working with XSL Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 10 ASP.NET Introduction Introducing the ASP.NET Architecture ASP.NET Server Controls Working with User Controls Custom Controls Understanding the Web.config File Using the Global.asax Page Working with Web Forms Creating a Simple Web Form Building an XML Poll Working with ADO.NET Building a Message Board with SQL Building a Shopping Cart with SQL Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 11 Web Services Introduction The Case for Web Services The Role of SOAP Why SOAP? Why Web Services? The World of Web Services Web Service Standards Wiring Up Distributed Objects-The SOAP Protocol Describing Web Services-WSDL Discovering Web Services-DISCO Publishing Web Services-UDDI Working with Web Services Passing Complex Data Types Error Handling Writing a SOAP Client Application Passing Objects Passing Relational Data Passing XML Documents Working with UDDI SOAP Headers Advanced Web Services Maintaining State Security Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 12 Building a Jokes Web Service Introduction Motivation and Requirements for the Jokes Web Service Functional Application Design Defining Public Methods Defining the Database Schema Defining the Web Service Architecture Implementing the Jokes Data Repository Installing the Database Creating the Stored Procedures Implementing the Jokes Middle Tier Setting Up the Visual Studio Project Developing the Error Handler Developing the Database Access Component Developing the User Administration Service Developing the Jokes Service Creating a Client Application Some Ideas to Improve the Jokes Web Service Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions Index
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