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Visual C# 2005: A Developers Notebook

Paperback Engels 2005 9780596007997
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In the three years since Microsoft made C# available, there have been lots of tweaks to the language. That's because C# is not only essential for making .NET work, it's a big way for Microsoft to attract millions of Java, C and C++ developers to the platform. And C# has definitely made some inroads. Because of its popularity among developers, the language received standardization from ECMA International, making it possible to port C# applications to other platforms.

To bolster its appeal, C# 2.0 has undergone some key changes as part of Visual Studio 2005 that will make development with .NET quicker and easier. The updated IDE is not due for official release until summer, but the C# 2.0 beta is available for those who want to take it for a spin and get up to speed.

That's precisely what 'Visual C# 2005: A Developer's Notebook' allows you to do. There are some great new features in C# and this unique 'all lab, no lecture' guide covers them all with 50 hands-on projects. Each project explores a new feature, with emphasis on changes that increase productivity, simplify programming tasks, and add functionality to applications.

C#'s component-based design combines the productivity of Microsoft's popular Visual Basic with the raw power of C++ for web-based applications. Many reviewers note a similarity between C# and Java--in fact, a new feature that took the Java development team five years to incorporate into Java is now available in C# 2.0. Called "generics", this feature enables developers to reuse and customize their existing code, so they can dramatically cut down the time it takes to develop new applications.

'Visual C# 2005: A Developer's Notebook' is full of no-nonsense code without the usual page-filling commentary. You'll find suggestions for further experimentation, links to on-line documentation, plus practical notes and warnings. The book also tells developers how to acquire, install and configure Visual Studio .NET 2005. Are you a coder to the core? Learn what C# 2.0 can do for you now.


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Over Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty, "Silverlight Geek", is a senior program manager for Microsoft Silverlight in the Silverlight Development Division where he is responsible for the creation of tutorials, videos and other content to facilitate the learning and use of Silverlight. Even before joining Microsoft, Jesse was well known in the industry in part because of his many bestselling books, including O'Reilly Media's Programming .NET 3.5, Programming C# 3.0, Learning ASP.NET with AJAX and the soon to be published Programming Silverlight. He has over two decades experience writing software, consulting and training, with stints as at AT&T as a Distinguished Software Engineer and at Citibank as a Vice President in the Information Division.

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The Developer's Notebook Series

Chapter 1. C# 2.0
Create a Type-Safe List Using a Generic Collection
Create Your Own Generic Collection
Implement the Collection Interfaces
Enumerate Using Generic Iterators
Implement GetEnumerator with Complex Data Structures
Simplify Your Code with Anonymous Methods
Hide Designer Code with Partial Types
Create Static Classes
Express Null Values with Nullable Types
Access Objects in the Global Namespace
Limit Access Within Properties
Gain Flexibility with Delegate Covariance and Contravariance
Chapter 2. Visual Studio 2005
Configure and Save Your Developer Environment
Configure Your Application
Make the Editor Work for You
Use Refactoring to Speed Revision of Your Code
Use Code Snippets to Save Typing
Examine Objects While Debugging Them
Visualize XML Data
Diagnose Exceptions
Chapter 3. Windows Applications
Add Tool Strips to Your Application
Allow Valid Input Only
Create Auto-Complete Text Boxes
Play Sounds
Create Split Windows
Create Data-Driven Forms
Create Safe Asynchronous Tasks
Put the Web in a Window
Enable One-Click Deployment
Chapter 4. Web Applications
Develop Web Apps Without IIS
Provide Forms-Based Security Without Code
Add Roles to ASP.NET Accounts
Create Personalized Web Sites
Personalize with Complex Types
Add Anonymous Personalization to Your Site
Let Users Personalize Your Site with Themes
Unify Your Look and Feel with Master Pages
Chapter 5. Data
Bind to Data Without Writing Code
Create Detail Pages
Create Master Detail Records
Get Database Statistics
Batch Updates to Improve Performance
Bind to an XmlDataSource Control
Improve XML Manipulation with XPathDocument
Select Within XPathDocument Using XPath


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