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Title Publisher Author

COM Programming With Microsoft .NET

Microsoft Press Julian Templeman ,John Paul Mueller

Microsoft .NET is here, but COM and COM+ will be a valuable part of every Microsoft Windows programmer’s toolbox for years. This in-depth programming guide explains how and where COM and COM+ fit into the new .NET world, demonstrates the new technologies that are available in .NET, and shows how to interoperate between COM/COM+ and .NET. It explains how to use Microsoft Visual Studio .NET to write traditional COM objects, how to use COM objects in .NET code, and how to use .NET objects as COM objects. It also discusses COM+ topics such as disconnected applications and subscriptions. The authors show you both theoretical and practical approaches—explaining how the mechanisms work and also providing practical advice with sample code to show how to handle interoperability.


Programming Microsoft Windows with C#

Microsoft Press Charles Petzold

This core reference provides the expert guidance that professional developers need to build applications with Windows Forms-the next-generation Microsoft Windows programming class library. Best-selling author on programming for the Windows operating system Charles Petzold shows readers how to use Microsoft Visual C#-the advanced, object-oriented language for the Microsoft .NET platform-to create dynamic user interfaces and graphical outputs for distributed or stand-alone applications. Numerous application examples-with reusable code on companion CD-ROM-help developers increase their productivity.


COM and .NET Component Services

O'Reilly Roger Sessions

This book discusses COM+ component services. Each service is covered in its own chapter , and each chapter discusses a similar range of issues: the problem the service addresses, possible solutions to that problem, an in-depth description of the COM+ solution, tradeoffs, design, and implementation guidelines, tips, and known pitfalls.

This book focuses on the "how to"— that is, it provides practical information. You should read the chapters in order, since most chapters rely on information discussed in the preceding chapters. The book also aims to explain COM+ step by step. A software engineer already familiar with COM who wants to know what COM+ is and how to use it can read this book and start developing COM+ applications immediately.


Programming Visual Basic .NET, 2nd Edition

O'Reilly Jesse Liberty

Programming Visual Basic .NET, Second Edition, is a tutorial, both on the VB.NET language and on writing .NET applications with VB.NET. If you are already proficient in a programming language, you may be able to skim a number of the early chapters, but be sure to read through Chapter 1, which provides an overview of the language and the .NET platform. If you are new to programming, you'll want to read the book as the King of Hearts instructed the White Rabbit in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: "Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop."


Building Secure Microsoft ASP.NET Applications: Authentication, Authorization, and Secure Communication

Microsoft Press J.D.Meier, Alex Mackman, Michael Dunner, Srinath Vasireddy

Building secure distributed Web applications can be challenging. It usually involves integrating several different technologies and products—yet your complete application will only be as secure as its weakest link. This guide presents a practical, scenario-driven approach to designing and building secure ASP.NET applications for Microsoft Windows 2000 and version 1.1 of the Microsoft .NET Framework. It focuses on the key elements of authentication, authorization, and secure communication within and across the tiers of distributed .NET Web applications.


C# Essential, 2nd Edition

O'Reilly Ben Albahari, Peter Drayton,
Brad Merrill

Concise but thorough, this second edition of C# Essentials introduces the Microsoft C# programming language, including the Microsoft .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) and .NET Framework Class Libraries (FCL) that support it. This book's compact format and terse presentation of key concepts serve as a roadmap to the online documentation included with the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK; the many examples provide much-needed context.


C# in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition

O'Reilly Ben Albahari, Peter Drayton, Ted Neward

The heart of C# in a Nutshell is a succinct but detailed reference to the C# language and the .NET types most essential to C# programmers. Each chapter in the API reference begins with an overview of a .NET namespace and a diagram of its types, including a quick-reference entry for each type, with name, assembly, category, description, member availability, class hierarchy, and other relevant information, such as whether the type is part o the ECMA CLI specification. Newly updated for .NET Framework version 1.1, the second edition also adds a CD that allows you to integrate the book's API Quick Reference directly into the help files of Visual Studio .NET 2002 & 2003, giving you direct access to this valuable information via your computer.


Programming ASP.NET, 2nd Edition

O'Reilly Dan Hurwitz, Jesse Liberty

In Programming ASP.NET, Second Edition authors Jesse Liberty and Dan Hurwitz cover everything you need to know to be effective with ASP.NET. The book includes a comprehensive tutorial on Web Forms, which, in conjunction with Visual Studio .NET 2003, allow you to apply Rapid Application Development techniques (including drag-and-drop control placement) to web development. Programming ASP.NET includes extensive coverage of each type of server control, including Web server controls, HTML server controls, and custom controls. New material covers creating ASP.NET pages for mobile devices.


A First Look at ADO.NET and System.XML v.2.0

Addison Wesley Alex Homer, Dave Sussman, Mark Fussell

Written for experienced web developers, this book overviews the changes to expect in the new release of ADO.NET, and introduces Microsoft's brand-new System.XML namespaces. Topics include the new bulk data copy features, asynchronous command execution, SQL server query notifications, properties and methods for the XPathDocument2 class, the XmlAdapter class, and the Xquery processor class.


A First Look at ASP.NET v. 2.0

Addison Wesley Alex Homer, Dave Sussman, Rob Howard

Co-written by the program manager of Microsoft's ASP.NET team, this book outlines changes to the new version of ASP.NET so that programmers can adapt their web applications currently under development to be ASP.NET 2 ready and get an idea of what to expect from the product being released in the near future. The changes include data source controls, master pages, security, personalization, and the portal framework


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