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Visual Studio.NET All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-1626-9
Paperback
960 pages
April 2002
US $39.99 Add to Cart
Introduction.

About This Book.

Conventions Used in This Book.

What You Don't Have to Read.

Foolish Assumptions.

How This Book Is Organized.

Book I: Visual Studio .NET Overview.

Book II: Using the Visual Studio .NET IDE.

Book III: Visual Basic .NET.

Book IV: Visual C++ .NET.

Book V: Visual C# .NET.

Book VI: Associated Technologies and Enhancements.

Book VII: Creating and Deploying Web Services and Other Visual Studio .NET Solutions.

Icons Used in This Book.

Where to Go from Here.

Book I: Visual Studio .NET Overview.

Chapter 1: Exploring the .NET Initiative.

Chapter 2: Key Components of the .NET Framework.

Chapter 3: Application Execution in the .NET Framework.

Chapter 4: Exploring Visual Studio .NET.

Chapter 5: Application Development Cycle in Visual Studio .NET.

Chapter 6: Installing Visual Studio .NET.

Book II: Using the Visual Studio .NET IDE.

Chapter 1: Meet the Visual Studio Interface.

Chapter 2: Customizing Your Development Environment.

Book III: Visual Basic .NET.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Visual Basic .NET.

Chapter 2: Windows Forms: The First Step.

Chapter 3: Working with Controls.

Chapter 4: Windows Forms: Moving Ahead.

Chapter 5: Variables: The .NET Lingo.

Chapter 6: Controlling Program Flow.

Chapter 7: Procedures in Visual Basic .NET.

Chapter 8: Implementing VB .NET Classes.

Chapter 9: Handling Errors in Visual Basic .NET.

Chapter 10: Accessing a Database.

Book IV: Visual C++ .NET.

Chapter 1: Introducing Visual C++ .NET.

Chapter 2: Creating Good Old Windows Applications.

Chapter 3: Creating MFC Applications the Easy Way.

Chapter 4: Database Programming in Visual C++ .NET.

Chapter 5: Creating ATL Server Projects.

Chapter 6: Programming in Managed Extensions for C++.

Chapter 7: Mixing and Matching Managed and Unmanaged Code.

Chapter 8: Debugging and Exception Handling in Visual C++ .NET

Chapter 9: Upgrading Existing Applications to Visual C++ .NET.

Book V: Visual C# .NET.

Chapter 2: Getting Started with Visual C#.

Chapter 3: Working with Arrays.

Chapter 4: Creating Classes in Visual C#.

Chapter 5: Creating Windows Applications.

Chapter 6: Creating Windows Services.

Book VI: Associated Technologies and Enhancements.

Chapter 1: Introducing ASP.NET.

Chapter 2: Getting Started with ASP.NET Applications.

Chapter 3: Using ASP.NET Web Forms Server Controls.

Chapter 4: Working with Validation Controls.

Chapter 5: Developing ASP.NET Server Controls.

Chapter 6: Using Rich Web Controls.

Chapter 7: Debugging ASP.NET Web Applications.

Chapter 8: Data Binding with Server Controls.

Chapter 9: Working with Web Server Control Templates.

Chapter 10: Creating Mobile Web Applications.

Chapter 11: Using ADO.NET with ASP.NET.

Chapter 12: Working with XML in Visual Studio .NET.

Chapter 13: Configuring ASP.NET Applications.

Chapter 14: Building ASP.NET HTTP Handlers.

Chapter 15: Caching in ASP.NET.

Chapter 16: ASP.NET Application Security.

Chapter 17: Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET.

Book VII: Creating and Deploying Web Services and Other Visual Studio .NET Solutions.

Chapter 1: Creating ASP.NET Web Services.

Chapter 2: Creating ASP.NET Web Service Clients.

Chapter 3: Securing Web Services.

Chapter 4: Deploying Windows Applications.

Chapter 5: Deploying Web Applications.

Chapter 6: More Deployment Options.

Appendix A: Glossary.

Index.

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