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Visual Studio 2010 All-in-One For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-470-88558-1
888 pages
June 2010
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Book I: Visual Studio 2010 Overview.

Chapter 1: What Is Visual Studio?

Chapter 2: Exploring .NET.

Chapter 3: Modern Software Development.

Chapter 4: The Languages of .NET.

Chapter 5: The Many Editions of Visual Studio 2010.

Chapter 6: New to Visual Studio 2010.

Book II: Getting Started with Visual Studio.

Chapter 1: Installing Visual Studio Professional.

Chapter 2: Browsing Visual Studio.

Chapter 3: Making Connections with Visual Studio.

Chapter 4: Upgrading .NET.

Book III: Coding.

Chapter 1: Programming with Visual Studio 2010.

Chapter 2: Understanding Data Types.

Chapter 3: Get Some Class.

Chapter 4: Wiring Up Events in the User Interface.

Chapter 5: Getting Productive with Visual Studio 2010.

Chapter 6: Exploring Web Services.

Chapter 7: Handling Exceptions and Debugging.

Chapter 8: Testing Code with Visual Studio.

Book IV: Basics of Building Applications with Visual Studio 2010.

Chapter 1: Getting Smart about Smart Clients.

Chapter 2: Building Smart Client User Interfaces.

Chapter 3: Building Visual C++ Applications.

Chapter 4: Building Web Applications.

Chapter 5: Using AJAX for Rich Web Pages.

Chapter 6: Laying Out Your Web Site.

Chapter 7: Exploring ASP.NET Services.

Chapter 8: Using Threads and Timers.

Chapter 9: Writing Network Applications.

Chapter 10: Parallel Programming.

Chapter 11: Writing Silverlight Applications.

Chapter 12: Programming for the Cloud.

Book V: Getting Acquainted with Data Access.

Chapter 1: Accessing Data with Visual Studio.

Chapter 2: Show Me the Data.

Chapter 3: Working with Strongly Typed DataSets.

Chapter 4: Working with XML.

Chapter 5: Under the Hood with ADO.NET.

Chapter 6: Using Visual Studio with SQL Server.

Chapter 7: LINQ.

Book VI: Going the Extra Mile.

Chapter 1: Building Solutions and Projects.

Chapter 2: Deployment Options.

Chapter 3: Checking Out Source Control.

Chapter 4: Writing Custom Facebook Applications.

Book VII: Extending the Family.

Chapter 1: Exploring Visual Studio Extensions.

Chapter 2: Being a Team Player with Visual Studio Team System.


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