Component-based Development with Visual C#

Component-based Development with Visual C#

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This tutorial guide provides information on how to design, debug, and deploy applications using component-based development and the new development tool from Visual Studio.NET - Visual C#. Visual C# provides power and speed in an object-oriented environment so developers can create and deploy flexible applications quickly. The author also explains how to develop a wide variety of components, such as web controls, data access, enterprise level components, file service, multithreaded components, accessibility components, and more.
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  • Mixed media product | 1008 pages
  • 187.5 x 233.7 x 56.4mm | 1,492.33g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 50 illus
  • 0764549146
  • 9780764549144

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Component-Based Development with Visual C#(TM)
Your Visual C# Road Map
With Visual C#, you can develop flexible, easily maintainable applications that take full advantage of the computing and communications power of Microsoft's new .NET Framework. This comprehensive guide and reference shows you how to unleash the rapid development capabilities of Visual C# to build a wide range of components, including Web controls, Web and Windows services, data access, enterprise-level components, multithreaded components, user interfaces based on the Microsoft Web browser component, and more. Component-based development techniques, practical advice, and real-world examples help you enhance your productivity and eliminate costly errors in designing, debugging, and deploying applications for the .NET environment.
Put Visual C# to Work
* Cut development time and cost with component-based development
* Design components for manageability, reliability, flexibility, and portability
* Debug applications using the latest .NET-specific techniques
* Create and customize reusable WebBrowser components
* Develop, test, and install Web and Windows services
* Secure your Web application with authentication and authorization
* Learn how to build back-end components for the ADO.NET architecture
* Implement and manage multithreaded components
* Create components that interoperate with COM
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Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Part I: General Topics. Chapter 1: The Development Process. Chapter 2: Component Structure. Chapter 3: Component Design. Chapter 4: Component Classifications. Chapter 5: Debugging. Chapter 6: Deployment. Part II: Front--End Components. Chapter 7: Windows Form Components. Chapter 8: Creating Front Ends with the WebBrowser Component. Chapter 9: Custom Controls. Chapter 10: User Controls. Chapter 11: Database Front Ends. Chapter 12: Tips for the Front End. Part III: Middle--Tier Components. Chapter 13: Web Forms. Chapter 14: Web Controls. Chapter 15: User Controls. Chapter 16: Services. Chapter 17: Security. Part IV: Back--End Components. Chapter 18: The ADO.NET Architecture. Chapter 19: Database Web Services. Chapter 20: Multithreaded Components. Chapter 21: Gateway Services. Appendix: Bibliography. Index.
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About Ted Faison

Ted Faison is an internationally recognized expert in object--oriented and component--based development. A twenty--year veteran of the computer industry, he is an active researcher, lecturer, and author; his firm has provided software consulting services and built systems of all sizes for corporate and governmental organizations since 1992. Ted lives in southern California with his wife and three children. He can be reached at ted.faison@computer.org.
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