|Nagel, Christian / Evjen, Bill / Glynn, Jay / Watson, Karli / Skinner, Morgan / Jones, Allen|
Professional C# 2005
1. Edition November 2005
2005. 1416 Pages, Softcover
- Practical Approach Book -
ISBN 978-0-7645-7534-1 - John Wiley & Sons
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Professional C# 2005
C# and .NET are set to revolutionize the way that you write programs. Updated for .NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio(r) 2005, this bestselling book will give you the tools to program in C#, while also providing you with the necessary background in how the .NET architecture works.
You'll first explore the fundamentals of C#, including its basic syntax, data types, and object-oriented features. You'll then discover how to apply the language to a number of innovative applications that use related technologies, including database access and advanced graphics. This approach will help you gain a well-rounded understanding of C# so that you can begin programming like an expert right away.
This book covers everything you need to know in order to write dynamic Web pages, an XML Web service, a component of a distributed application, a classic Windows(r) desktop application, and much more.
What you will learn from this book
* The principles of programming in the .NET environment
* Ways to create Windows applications and Windows services
* How to use existing COM components with .NET applications
* Steps for writing dynamic Web pages and Web services with ASP.NET
* Techniques for manipulating XML using C# 2005
* How to access databases with ADO.NET and interact with directories
* Tips for writing cutting-edge components that will run on Web sites
Who this book is for
This book is for the experienced developer, although no previous knowledge of C# or .NET programming is assumed. It is also for programmers who know .NET 1.0 and are interested in getting up to speed with .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
From the contents
Part I: The C# Language.
Chapter 1: .NET Architecture.
Chapter 2: C# Basics.
Chapter 3: Objects and Types.
Chapter 4: Inheritance.
Chapter 5: Operators and Casts.
Chapter 6: Delegates and Events.
Chapter 7: Memory Management and Pointers.
Chapter 8: Strings and Regular Expressions.
Chapter 9: Collections.
Chapter 10: Generics.
Chapter 11: Reflection.
Chapter 12: Errors and Exceptions.
Chapter 13: Threading.
Part II: The .NET Environment.
Chapter 14: Visual Studio 2005.
Chapter 15: Assemblies.
Chapter 16: .NET Security.
Chapter 17: Localization.
Chapter 18: Deployment.
Part III: Data.
Chapter 19: Data Access with .NET.
Chapter 20: .NET Programming with SQL Server 2005.
Chapter 21: Manipulating XML.
Chapter 22: Working with Active Directory.
Part IV: Windows Applications.
Chapter 23: Windows Forms.
Chapter 24: Viewing .NET Data.
Chapter 25: Graphics with GDI+.
Part V: Web Applications.
Chapter 26: ASP.NET Pages.
Chapter 27: ASP.NET Development.
Part VI: Communication.
Chapter 28: Web Services.
Chapter 29: .NET Remoting.
Chapter 30: Enterprise Services.
Chapter 31: Message Queuing.
Chapter 32: Future of Distributed Programming.
Part VII: Interop.
Chapter 33: COM Interoperability.
Part VIII: Windows Base Services.
Chapter 34: Manipulating Files and the Registry.
Chapter 35: Accessing the Internet.
Chapter 36: Windows Services.
Part IX: Appendices (Web Site Only).
Appendix A: Principles of Object-Oriented Programming.
Appendix B: C# for Visual Basic 6 Developers.
Appendix C: C# for Java Developers.
Appendix D: C# for C++ Developers.