.NET Compact Framework 3.5 Data Driven Applications
.NET CompactFramework3.5 Data DrivenApplicationsBy Edmund Zehoo
2010 | 484 Pages | ISBN: 1849690103 | PDF | 5 MB
The book walks you through three different real-worldmobile applicationsfrom head to toe to provide a practical, hands-on experience on how to use .NET CF. It provides you with code snippets (in both VB.NET and C#) from real-world business scenarios. A summary at the end of each chapter explains how these code snippets work together as a part of the larger whole. It also makes use of diagrams to explain core concepts and helps you decide on which design patterns to use in different enterpriseapplicationscenarios. This book is written fordeveloperswho are acquainted with the basics of .NET CompactFrameworkand want to create enterprise-levelmobile applications. It is fordeveloperswho have worked with the .NET CF Framework before but would like to learn how to utilize its advanced features and deploy leaner and faster businessapplications.
.NET Compact Framework 3.5 Data Driven Applications
Visual Basic .NET Programming
Harold Davis, “Visual Basic.NETProgramming”
2002 | pages: 400 | ISBN: 0782140386 | PDF | 8,8 mb
With the introduction ofVisual Basic.NET, VB is now a complete object-oriented language, letting programmers access the full power of the Windows platform while enabling them to build reliable and robust web solutions.
It doesn’t matter if you’re new toprogrammingor just to VB.NET, Visual Basic .NET Programming gets you up and running with the new version and offers a comprehensive introduction to Windows and webapplicationdevelopment. From languagefundamentalsto ADO.NET, XML, and Web Services, Harold Davis’s thoughtful approach emphasizes meaningful tasks that tie in with VB.NET’s principal strengths. For example, you’ll learn to build a Web Service, implement XML support, and use object-oriented techniques without getting mired in theory but also without sacrificing the understanding you need to apply your skills in new situations.
Much of the book is devoted to Windowsapplicationdevelopment, covering new ways to program standard elements, as well as emphasizing Visual Basic’s new programming features. Want to build a desktop program with an oval interface? Want to create robust class libraries, components, and controls? Implement printing as a program feature? Start and stop a service? Every chapter provides solid examples that will help you learn the language and, more importantly, create effectiveapplicationswith it.
VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages
Paul Lomax, “VB and VBA in a Nutshell: The Languages”
1998 | pages: 650 | ISBN: 1565923588 | PDF | 4,5 mb
The online documentation of VB/VBAlanguagecomponents follows the 80/20 rule: the basic facts that you need to use alanguagestatement are provided in the documentation. But the additional 20 percent that you need to use it effectively is conspicuously absent. To a professional VB/VBAprogrammer, this missing documentation isn’t a luxury; it is a necessity. In VB & VBA in a Nutshell: The Language, it’s finally available. This book boils down the essentials of the VB and VBA languages into a single volume, including undocumented and little-documented areas essential to everydayprogramming. The bulk of the book is an alphabetical reference to the statements, procedures, and functions of the VB/VBA language. Each entry includes its syntax, an extended discussion of how the language construct works,programmingtips for using the construct effectively, and “gotchas” to avoid in your programming. Regardless of how much experience you have programming with VBA, this is the book you’ll pick up time and time again, both as your standard referenceguideand as a tool for troubleshooting and identifying programming problems.
.NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide
.NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide By Adam Nathan
2002 | 1561 Pages | ISBN: 067232170X | PDF | 7 MB
The focus of the book is on COM Interoperability (since it’s a much larger subject), and the heart of the discussion is broken down into four parts:
Using COM Components Within the .NETFrameworkUsing .NETFrameworkComponents from COMDesigningGood .NET Framework Components for COM ClientsDesigningGood COM Components for .NET Framework Clients
The scope of the book is just about everything related to using “unmanaged code” in the .NET Framework. Technologies built on top of COM Interoperability are also covered-Interoperability of Windows Forms Controls and ActiveX controls, Interoperability with COM+, and Interoperability with Distributed COM (DCOM). Although Platform Invocation Services is a separatetechnologyfrom COM Interoperability, there are many areas of overlap, so including in the book is a natural fit. All of these technologies are a core part of the Common Language Runtime and .NET Framework, and will likely be used not only as the path of migration for existingsoftwareprojects, but for brand newsoftware developmentfor the next several years.
Professional Visual Studio 2005 Team System
Jean-Luc David, Tony Loton, Erik Gunvaldson, Christopher Bowen, Noah Coad, Darren Jefford – ProfessionalVisual Studio 2005Team System
Published: 2006-05-30 | ISBN: 0764584367 | CHM | 744 pages | 32 MB
The launch of Microsoft’sVisual Studio 2005Team System (VSTS) is the most significant event in thesoftware developmentlifecycle tools market for many years, and this book supplies the tools you need to take full advantage of it. Comprising three new role-based editions ofVisual Studio, a server-side repository for allsoftware developmentartifacts, a process enactment framework, and numerous integration features, VSTS is set to revolutionize collaborative softwaredevelopment.
What you will learn from this book
How VSTS can enable software architects to visually model your distributed systems and deployment scenarios
Various ways VSTS can help developers to write, validate, refactor, debug, and unit test your code
How testers can use VSTS to manage test cases for unit testing, web testing, load testing, and manual testing
How Domain Specific Language tools allow you to create a custom graphical designer using a domain model
The two flavors of the Microsoft® Solutions Framework and how the associated process guidance is included in the toolset
How softwaredevelopmentartifacts and process-specific work items are contained and controlled in the centralized Team Foundation Server
Who this book is for
This book is for intermediate- to advanced-level professionals in the field of commercial or enterprise software development who want to learn about the newest Microsoft tools.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by workingprogrammersto meet the real-world needs ofprogrammers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Michael Vine, Visual Basic Programming for the Absolute Beginner
Michael Vine,Visual BasicProgrammingfor the Absolute Beginner
ISBN: 0761535535 | edition 2002 | PDF | 369 pages | 9 mb
This book is both conceptual and made forbeginners. It will not only teachVisual Basic, often the very first language that aspiringprogrammerswant to learn, it will teach them the fundamentalprogrammingconcepts they need to grasp in order to learn anycomputerlanguage. Plus, it uses game creation as a teaching tool.
MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-511): Windows Application Development with Microsoft .NET Fram…
MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-511): Windows Application Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4
MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-511): Windows Application Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4By Matthew A. Stoecker
2011 | 672 Pages | ISBN: 0735627428 | PDF | 4 MB
Announcing an all-new SELF-PACED TRAINING KIT designed to help maximize your performance on 70-511, the required exam for the MCTS certification: WindowsApplicationDevelopmentwithMicrosoft -netFramework 4. This 2-in-1 kit includes the official Microsoft study guide, plus practice tests on CD to help you assess your skills. It comes packed with the tools and features exam candidates want most—including in-depth, self-paced training based on final exam content; rigorous, objective-by-objective review; exam tips from expert, exam-certified authors; and customizable testing options. It also provides real-world scenarios, case study examples, and troubleshooting labs for the skills and expertise you can use on the job.
Work at your own pace through the lessons and lab exercises in the official study guide. Coverage includes evaluating designrequirementsfor the user interface (UI); building the UI using basic to advanced techniques with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF); managing data at the UI level, including data-binding, data validation, and data-bound controls; and enhancing solution functionality and usability.
Practical Standards for Microsoft Visual Basic
James D. Foxall, “Practical Standards for MicrosoftVisual Basic”
2000 | pages: 450 | ISBN: 0735607338 | CHM | 4,2 mb
BecauseVisual Basicpowerfuldevelopmentcapabilities are within ready grasp of both the professional and the recreationalprogrammer, many Visual Basic developers are self-taught-and therefore lack formal training onprogrammingstandards. But anyone who writes even a single line of code-and especially developers working in concert on a single project-should employ some basic, standardized techniques to optimizeapplicationmaintainability and extensibility, as well as sidestep costly errors and pitfalls. But until now, there has been no definitive handbook describing these standards. PRACTICAL STANDARDS FOR MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC fills this critical need, providing pragmatic guidelines on both where and how to applyprogrammingstandards for maximum benefit. Readers discover that by consistently utilizing standards in how they design interfaces and organize code, they can realize substantial gains in efficiency, reliability and performance-for themselves and in the solutions they build.
Visual Basic 2010 for Students
Douglas Bell and Mike Parr, “Visual Basic 2010for Students”
English | ISBN: 0273749218 | 2011 | PDF | 464 pages | 3 MB
This book is an ideal introduction toprogramminginVisual Basicfor students with no priorprogrammingexperience and is excellent for taught courses or as an aid to self-study.
· A spiral approach to teaching object-oriented programming introduces new ideas carefully one-at-a-time, rather than all at once. Simple ideas are introduced early, and then incorporated in a more sophisticated context later on.
· The book contains coverage of graphics from the start to motivate students, plus early coverage of object-oriented concepts in line with current teaching practice.
· Topics are explained using a wide variety ofapplicationsas examples, such asinformationsystems, games and scientific calculations.
· UML diagrams are used throughout the text.
· End-of-chapter pedagogy includes self-test questions, exercises, ‘programming principles’ and ‘programming pitfalls.
· The companion website contains the code of all the programs in the book
David S. Platt, Introducing Microsoft .NET
David S. Platt, IntroducingMicrosoft -net
ISBN: 0735619182 | edition 2003 | CHM | 329 pages | 9 mb
Explores the advantages of the .NETsoftware developmentplatform, explaining the problem backgrounds and solution architectures that lead to thedevelopmentof .NET Objects,ASP-net, .NET Webservices, and Windows forms.
Kris Jamsa, .NET Web Services Solutions
Kris Jamsa, .NET WebServicesSolutions
ISBN: 0782141722 | edition 2003 | CHM | 440 pages | 10 mb
Best-sellingprogrammingbook author Kris Jamsa tackles the hottest new topic for .NETdevelopers: the creation of webservicesfor high-powered cross-platformapplicationdevelopment. This solutions-oriented book gives you the background you need to understand the concept of web services and then quickly moves into showing you how to publish and consume web services. You learn to how to use existing web services, how to make your .NET web service available to others, how to connect a web service to a database, and how to secure a web service.
Microsoft® Visual C#® .NET Step by Step 2003
John Sharp, Jon Jagger – Microsoft® Visual C#® .NETStep by Step
Published: 2003-04-16 | ISBN: 0735619093 | CHM | 672 pages | 15 MB
Build your dexterity with Microsoft® Visual C#®—and begin writingMicrosoft -net–connectedapplications—one step at a time! This practical, hands-on tutorial expertly guides you through thefundamentals—from learning Visual C# syntax to writing and running your first components, Web services, andapplications. Work at your own pace through easy-to-follow lessons and hands-on exercises to teach yourself essential techniques. And stay ahead of the curve by working with real-world examples and best practices for Visual C#development.
Discover how to:
Declare variables, define methods, and construct statements
Handle and trap exceptions
Use object-oriented techniques, such as inheritance and encapsulation
Manage resources and use the garbage collector
Build components, including properties, indexers, and events
Define operators to enhance class usability
Create GUI components and user controls
Access data sources using Microsoft ADO.NET
Write and manipulate XML documents
Construct Web Forms that display large volumes of data
Validate user input with Microsoft ASP.NET controls
Write, test, and deploy Web services