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Title Publisher Author

ADO.NET Step by Step

Microsoft Press Rebecca M. Riordan

This title is ideal for any developer who seeks guidance on how to exploit the database functionality and advanced, integrated development environment in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. The book covers core Visual Basic database development topics, with details on using Visual Basic .Net with Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), ADO+, and Microsoft SQL Server. It's full of insightful explanations and expertly rendered examples for rapid acceleration of development productivity, faster applications, and more powerful results.


Applied Microsoft .NET Framework

Microsoft Press Jeffrey Richter

This title takes advanced developers and software designers under the covers of .NET to provide them with an in-depth understanding of its structure, functions, and operational components so they can create high-performance applications for .NET more easily and efficiently. Developers learn to program .NET applications while gaining a solid understanding of fundamental .NET design tenets. This title not only covers the infrastructure and architecture of .NET in-depth but also shows developers the most practical ways to apply that knowledge.


Introducing Microsoft .NET, Second Edition

Microsoft Press David S. Platt

Text offering a systematic introduction to Microsoft .NET, with a witty, jargon-free style. Each chapter covers one subject in detail, and features detailed diagrams, meaningful analogies and clear explanations. Code samples for the examples in the text are provided on the companion Web site.


A Programmer's Guide to .NET

Addison-Wesley Alex Fedorov, Alexei Fedorov

This guide provides programmers and developers the essential information for the .NET platform. It outlines the .NET framework, its architecture, its main components, and its supported technologies. It also describes how the main components operate together, and how they can be used to create high-performance applications. Practical examples illustrate key methods, and sample code is provided.


C#® Developer's Guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET

Addison Wesley Jeffrey P. McManus, Chris Kinsman

C# developers will learn how to create Internet applications using ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET with this book. Concepts are illustrated with practical C# code examples demonstrating operations used most often by application developers. There is also information on the Common Language Runtime and .NET Foundation Classes, and reference material on the objects available in the Foundation Class Libraries.


Professional ADO.NET Programming

Wrox Julian Skinner, Bipin Joshi, Donny Mack, Doug Seven, Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati, Jan Narkiewicz, John McTainsh, Kevin Hoffman, Matthew Milner, Paul Dickenson

ADO.NET is Microsoft's latest data access technology and, as an integral part of the .NET Framework, is far more than simply an upgrade of previous incarnations of ADO. ADO.NET provides an extensive set of .NET classes that facilitate efficient access to data from a large variety of sources, enable sophisticated manipulation and sorting of data, and forms an important framework within which to implement inter-application communication and XML Web Services.

This book provides a comprehensive guide to using ADO.NET, with plenty of practical code examples, extensive technical information, and a detailed case study. Whether you are developing Web Applications using ASP.NET, Windows Forms applications, or XML Web Services, this book will show you how to utilize .NET's data access technology to maximum effect.

This book covers:
ADO.NET and the .NET Framework
Using the .NET Data Providers to create connections and execute commands
Using the DataSet to manipulate data ADO.NET and XML
Using COM Interoperability
Performance and security issues


ASP.net Web Developer's Guide

Syngress Jonathon Ortiz, Mesbah Ahmed, Chris Garrett, Jeremy Faircloth, Wei Meng Lee, Adam Sills, Chris Payne

Aimed at the working ASP developer who wants to move to Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET Unleashed: Web Developers Guide offers an excellent example-based programming tutorial. With its strong practical focus, this title offers an excellent choice for learning ASP.NET quickly. Most every computer book uses examples illustrating programming concepts, but this text does an exceptional job at efficiently presenting key examples that will be necessary for anyone moving from ASP to ASP.NET. After a brief tour of the history of ASP since version 1.0 and a quick overview of the advantages of ASP.NET, the author turns to essential APIs and programming strategies. Useful material here includes some valuable techniques for working with session and application objects (and new events available with these classes), plus a nicely comprehensive guide to all the XML configuration settings used in ASP.NET and what they're good for. A series of chapters on the built-in ASP.NET (and simpler HTML) server controls will give you a working vocabulary of basic Web programming techniques. Later chapters explore specific areas of .NET functionality like ADO.NET, XML support (including a solid introduction to the often bewildering world of XML standards and the classes used to manipulate them in .NET). Coverage of Web services shows off this brand-new option for creating distributed Web applications. This volume's final sections present three small, complete applications (for a guest book, shopping cart, and message board). Besides illustrating essential ASP.NET APIs and techniques introduced earlier on, the sample code can serve as a basis to add these features to your custom applications. With such a large number of new ASP.NET APIs to master, this title strikes a great balance between describing essential APIs and real code that shows them at work. In all, its efficient format makes this title a perfect resource for busy working developers who want to get up to speed on the new ASP.NET fast.


Developing .Net Web Services with XML

Syngress Publishing David Jorgensen

Web Services provide a new level of interaction to all kinds of applications. The ability to access and use a remote Web Service to perform a function within an application enables programmers to quickly deliver more sophisticated applications in less time. Programmers no longer have to create and maintain all functions of an application. Reusability is also greatly enhanced by creating multiple Web Services that perform functions in multiple applications, thus freeing up time and resources to work on other aspects of specific projects


.NET Patterns: Architecture, Design, and Process

Addison-Wesley Christian Thilmany


Inside ASP.NET WebMatrix

Wrox Alex Homer and Dave Sussman


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