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Other titles in the Expert's Voice in .NET series:
Deploying .Net Applications: Learning Msbuild and Clickonceby Sayed Y. Hashimi
Synopses & Reviews
The Deployment Problem.- Deployment Engineering.- Types of Deployments.- Deploying the .NET.- Framework.- Deploying Smart Clients.- Deploying Web-Based Applications.- Deploying Mobile Applications.- MSBuild.- Automated Deployment.- Deployment Tools.
Book News Annotation:
Otherwise known as MSBuild, the Microsoft Build Engine has been developed with customizability and extensibility in mind. This guide for developers and deployment engineers working with .NET 2.0 on the Windows platform uses a variety of practical examples to demonstrate how to get the most out of MSBuild. It also introduces ClickOnce, which enables users to easily deploy and update smart client applications. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Whether building a console application, a web service, or a smart client, you eventually need to distribute your finished work. Deploying .NET Applications is a complete guide to delivering applications built with .NET. Packed with hands-on guidance, practical examples, and war stories from the authors many experiences with deployment scenarios, this book provides everything you need to know.
The book begins by introducing the deployment problem, then examines why deployment is an engineering problem for organizations. Subsequent chapters provide detail about deploying each type of application, then discuss automated deployments. You ll want to get ahold of this book because it
Packed with hands-on guidance, practical examples, and war stories from the author's many experiences, this book provides everything one needs to know about deploying .NET applications. Hashimi includes hands-on detail about MSBuild and ClickOnce and discusses many best practices of .NET 2.0 software deployment.
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