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Application Development Using C# and .Net (Oberg .Net)by Michael Stiefel
Synopses & Reviews
Build industrial-strength .NET applications with C#!
This book gives experienced developers all the practical insight they need to build enterprise applications for Microsoft's .NET platform using C#. Using extensive code examples and a running case study, the authors illuminate the .NET concepts and technologies that offer the greatest power and value. They cover the entire process of constructing a .NET application: creating a monolithic C# console application; enhancing it with a Windows Forms interface; isolating functionality inside components, adding database access and security; and finally, delivering functionality through ASP.NET and Web Services.
Part of The Integrated .NET series from Object Innovations.
Book News Annotation:
This book gives experienced developers insight needed to build enterprise applications for Microsoft's .NET platform using C#. Extensive code examples and a running case study illustrate .NET concepts and technologies. After an outline of the programming model of the .NET framework, coverage includes the C# programming language, fundamental topics in the .NET framework such as Windows Forms classes and ADO.NET, Web programming using ASP.NET and SOAP, and additional topics in the .NET Framework including security and interoperability. Stiefel is a consultant specializing in Microsoft technology; Oberg is founder of a firm that develops courseware on software technologies.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The practical guide to C# .NET development for experienced programmers. Running case study covers the entire .NET development process. .NET attributes, collections, threading, security, versioning, remoting, and more.
Application Development Using C# and .NET gives experienced developers unprecedented insight for building .NET enterprise applications with C#. A running case study covers the entire process: creating a monolithic C# console application; adding a Windows Forms interface; isolating functionality inside components, providing database access and security; and delivering functionality through ASP.NET and Web Services. Includes self-contained language overview for new C# users.
About the Author
MICHAEL STIEFEL is a consultant who specializes in developing enterprise applications with Microsoft technology. His expertise covers all stages of design and implementation for multi-tier applications. He has worked for Microsoft and taught graduate-level software engineering at Northeastern University.
DR. ROBERT J. OBERG is the founder and President of Object Innovations, a leading developer of integrated courseware on fundamental software technologies including Microsoft .NET, COM/DCOM/COM+, MFC, OLE, and Java. His books include Understanding and Programming COM+ and Introduction to C# Using .NET (Prentice Hall PTR).
Table of Contents
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.).
About this Series.
1. What is Microsoft .NET?
Microsoft and the Web. Windows on the Desktop. A New Programming Platform. The Role of XML.
2. .NET Fundamentals.
Problems of Windows Development. Applications of the Future.
3. C# Overview for Sophisticated Programmers.
Hello World in C#. Performing Calculations in C#. Classes. C# Type System. Strings. Arrays and Indexers. More about Methods. Exceptions. Unsafe Code.
4. Object-Oriented Programming in C#.
Review of Object-Oriented Concepts. Acme Travel Agency Case Study: Design. Inheritance in C#. Access Control. Acme Travel Agency Case Study: Implementation. More about Inheritance.
5. C# in the .NET Framework.
System.Object. Collections. Interfaces. Acme Travel Agency Case Study: Step 2. Generic Interfaces in .NET. Delegates. Events. Attributes.
6. User Interface Programming.
Windows Forms Hierarchy. Simple Forms Using .NET SDK. Windows Forms Event Handling. Menus. Controls. Visual Studio.NET and Forms. Dialog Boxes. ListBox Control. Acme Travel Agency Case Study-Step 3.
7. Assemblies and Deployment.
Assemblies. Private Assembly Deployment. Shared Assembly Deployment. Assembly Configuration. Multimodule Assemblies. Setup and Deployment Projects.
8. .NET Framework Classes.
Metadata and Reflection. Input and Output in .NET. Serialization. .NET Application Model. Context. Application Isolation. Asynchronous Programming. Remoting. Custom Attributes. Garbage Collection and Finalization.
9. Programming with ADO.NET.
.NET Data Providers. The Visual Studio.NET Server Explorer. Data Readers. Parameters Collection. SqlDataAdapter and the DataSet Class. DataSet Collections. DataSet Fundamentals. Database Transactions and Updates. Optimistic vs. Pessimistic Locking and the DataSet. Working with DataSets. Acme Travel Agency Case Study. XML Data Access. AirlineBrokers Database. Schema with Relationships. Typed DataSet.
10. ASP.NET and Web Forms.
What is ASP.NET? Web Forms Architecture. Request/Response Programming. Web Applications Using Visual Studio.NET. Acme Travel Agency Case Study. ASP.NET Applications. State in ASP.NET Applications. ASP.NET Configuration. Server Controls. Database Access in ASP.NET.
11. Web Services.
Protocols. Web Service Architecture. SOAP Differences. Web Service Class. Hotel Broker Web Service.
User-Based Security. Code Access Security. Internet Security. Role-Based Security in .NET. Forms-Based Authentication. Code Access Permissions. Code Identity. Security Policy.
13. Tracing and Debugging in .NET.
The TraceDemo Example. Enabling Debug and Trace Output. Using the Debug and Trace Classes. Using Switches to Enable Diagnostics. Enabling or Disabling Switches. TraceListener. Listeners Collection.
Calling COM Components from Managed Code. Calling Managed Components from COM Client. Platform Invocation Services (PInvoke).
Appendix A Visual Studio.NET.
Overview of Visual Studio.NET. Creating a Console Application. Project Configurations. Debugging.
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