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Programming Microsoft Linq in Microsoft .Net Framework 4

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Dig into LINQ — and transform the way you work with data.

With LINQ, you can query data from a variety of sources — including databases, objects, and XML files — directly from Microsoft Visual Basic or C#. Guided by data-access experts who've worked in depth with LINQ and the Microsoft development teams, you'll learn how .NET Framework 4 implements LINQ, and how to exploit it. Clear examples show you how to deliver your own data-access solutions faster and with leaner code.

Discover how to:

  • Use LINQ to query databases, object collections, arrays, XML, Microsoft Excel files, and other sources
  • Apply LINQ best practices to build data-enabled .NET applications and services
  • Manipulate data in a relational database with ADO.NET Entity Framework or LINQ to SQL
  • Read, write, and manage XML content more efficiently with LINQ to XML
  • Extend LINQ to support additional data sources by creating custom operators and providers
  • Examine other implementations, such as LINQ to SharePoint
  • Use LINQ within the data, business, and service layers of a distributed application
  • Get code samples on the Web

Synopsis:

Guided by two data-access experts who've worked in depth with LINQ and the Microsoft development teams, readers will learn how Microsoft .NET Framework 4 implements LINQ, and how to exploit it.

Synopsis:

LINQ, Language INtegrated Query, is a new extension to the Visual Basic and C# programming languages designed to simplify data queries and database interaction. This comprehensive, fast-paced guide serves as a multi-purpose tutorial for professional developers.

Synopsis:

Get comprehensive guidance for using the Microsoft Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Projectwith in-depth insights from two experienced developers. Data-rich applications can be difficult to create because of the tremendous differences between query languages used to access data and the programming languages commonly used to write applications. This practical guide covers the intricacies of LINQ, a set of extensions to the Visual C# and Visual Basic programming languages. Instead of traversing different language syntaxes required for accessing data from relational and hierarchical data sources, developers will learn how to write queries natively in Visual C# or Visual Basichelping reduce complexity and boost productivity. Written by two experienced developers with strong ties to the developer teams at Microsoft, this book describes the LINQ architecture and classes, details the new language features in both Visual C# and Visual Basic, and provides code samples in both languages.

Synopsis:

With LINQ, you can query data — no matter what the source — directly from Microsoft Visual Basic or C#. Guided by two data-access experts who've worked in depth with LINQ and the Microsoft development teams, you'll learn how Microsoft .NET Framework 4 implements LINQ, and how to exploit it. Study and adapt the book's examples, complete with code samples — and deliver your own solutions faster and with leaner code.

  • Query data from databases, object collections, XML, and more with LINQ
  • Explore how LINQ works with Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft SharePoint, and ASP.NET
  • Review best practices for data-enabled Web applications, Rich Internet Applications, and service development
  • Query relational databases with LINQ to SQL or with Entity Framework to manage data, tables, views, and stored procedures
  • Read, write, and manage XML content more efficiently with LINQ to XML
  • Extend LINQ by creating custom operators and providers

About the Author

Paolo Pialorsi is a consultant, trainer, and author who specializes in developing distributed applications architectures and Microsoft SharePoint enterprise solutions. He is a founder of DevLeap, a company focused on providing content and consulting to professional developers. Paolo wrote "Programming Microsoft LINQ" and "Introducing Microsoft LINQ" both published by Microsoft Press, and is the author of three books in Italian language about XML and Web Services. He is also a regular speaker at industry conferences.Marco Russo is a founder of DevLeap. He is a regular contributor to developer user communities and is an avid blogger on Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence and other Microsoft technologies. Marco provides consulting and training to professional developers on the Microsoft .NET Framework and Microsoft SQL Server. He wrote "Programming Microsoft LINQ" and "Introducing Microsoft LINQ" with Paolo Pialorsi, "Expert Cube Development with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services" with Alberto Ferrari and Chris Webb, and is the author of two books in Italian about C# and the common language runtime.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Part I: LINQ Foundations
    • Chapter 1: LINQ Introduction
    • Chapter 2: LINQ Syntax Fundamentals
    • Chapter 3: Linq to Objects
  • Part II: LINQ to Relational
    • Chapter 4: Choosing Between LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities
    • Chapter 5: LINQ to SQL: Querying Data
    • Chapter 6: LINQ to SQL: Managing Data
    • Chapter 7: LINQ to SQL: Modeling Data and Tools
    • Chapter 8: LINQ to Entities: Modeling Data with Entity Framework
    • Chapter 9: LINQ to Entities: Querying Data
    • Chapter 10: LINQ to Entities: Managing Data
    • Chapter 11: LINQ to DataSet
  • Part III: LINQ to XML
    • Chapter 12: LINQ to XML: Managing the XML Infoset
    • Chapter 13: LINQ to XML: Querying Nodes
  • Part IV: Advanced LINQ
    • Chapter 14: Inside Expression Trees
    • Chapter 15: Extending LINQ
    • Chapter 16: Parallelism and Asynchronous Processing
    • Chapter 17: Other LINQ Implementations
  • Part V: Applied LINQ
    • Chapter 18: LINQ in a Multitier Solution
    • Chapter 19: LINQ Data Binding

Product Details

ISBN:
9780735640573
Author:
Pialorsi, Paolo
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Author:
Russo, Marco
Author:
Eichert, Steve
Author:
Wooley, Jim
Author:
Marguerie, Fabrice
Subject:
Programming - Microsoft Programming
Subject:
Data processing
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
General-General
Subject:
Expression trees;LINQ;LINQ to Entities;LINQ to SQL;Query languages;collections;data binding;data modeling;data stores;dynamic typing;lambda functions;lists;parallelism;real-time processing
Subject:
Networking - General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Developer Reference
Publication Date:
20101231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
650
Dimensions:
9.00 x 7.38 in

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"Synopsis" by , Guided by two data-access experts who've worked in depth with LINQ and the Microsoft development teams, readers will learn how Microsoft .NET Framework 4 implements LINQ, and how to exploit it.
"Synopsis" by ,
LINQ, Language INtegrated Query, is a new extension to the Visual Basic and C# programming languages designed to simplify data queries and database interaction. This comprehensive, fast-paced guide serves as a multi-purpose tutorial for professional developers.
"Synopsis" by ,

Get comprehensive guidance for using the Microsoft Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Projectwith in-depth insights from two experienced developers. Data-rich applications can be difficult to create because of the tremendous differences between query languages used to access data and the programming languages commonly used to write applications. This practical guide covers the intricacies of LINQ, a set of extensions to the Visual C# and Visual Basic programming languages. Instead of traversing different language syntaxes required for accessing data from relational and hierarchical data sources, developers will learn how to write queries natively in Visual C# or Visual Basichelping reduce complexity and boost productivity. Written by two experienced developers with strong ties to the developer teams at Microsoft, this book describes the LINQ architecture and classes, details the new language features in both Visual C# and Visual Basic, and provides code samples in both languages.

"Synopsis" by ,

With LINQ, you can query data — no matter what the source — directly from Microsoft Visual Basic or C#. Guided by two data-access experts who've worked in depth with LINQ and the Microsoft development teams, you'll learn how Microsoft .NET Framework 4 implements LINQ, and how to exploit it. Study and adapt the book's examples, complete with code samples — and deliver your own solutions faster and with leaner code.

  • Query data from databases, object collections, XML, and more with LINQ
  • Explore how LINQ works with Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft SharePoint, and ASP.NET
  • Review best practices for data-enabled Web applications, Rich Internet Applications, and service development
  • Query relational databases with LINQ to SQL or with Entity Framework to manage data, tables, views, and stored procedures
  • Read, write, and manage XML content more efficiently with LINQ to XML
  • Extend LINQ by creating custom operators and providers

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