C#.Net Developer

C#.Net Developer's Guide

Microsoft's C# ("C sharp") is a modern, object-oriented programming language built from the ground up to exploit the power of XML-based Web services on Microsoft's new .NET platform. With its Visual C++ development system heritage, C# will enable millions of C and C++ developers to use existing skills to rapidly build sophisticated XML-based .NET applications.Why Will Web Developers Switch to C#?...Because it's the ideal solution for C and C++ programmers who need to combine rapid development with the power to access all the functionality of the Microsoft.NET platform. They want an environment that is completely in sync with emerging Web standards and one that provides easy integration with existing applications. C#.net Web Developer's Guide will enhance developer productivity and help them eliminate programming errors that can lead to increased development costs. This book teaches Web developers to quickly and easily build solutions for the Microsoft .NET platform. Web developers will learn to use C# components to build Web services and applications that are available across the Internet, from any application running on any platform.

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Published: January 2002

Imprint: Syngress

ISBN: 978-1-928994-50-3

Reviews

  • "C# is the driver in the new .NET Framework..." -- Dr. Dobb's Journal

Contents


  • Foreword

    Chapter 1 Introducing the Microsoft .NET Platform

    Introduction

    Introducing the.NET Platform

    Microsoft .NET and Windows DNA

    Microsoft .NET Architecture Hierarchy

    Features of the .NET Platform

    Multilanguage Development

    Platform and Processor Independence

    Automatic Memory Management

    Versioning Support

    Support for Open Standards

    Easy Deployment

    Distributed Architecture

    Interoperability with Unmanaged Code

    Security

    Performance and Scalability

    Components of the .NET Architecture

    .NET Runtime

    Managed/Unmanaged Code

    Intermediate Language

    Common Type System

    .NET Base Class Library (BCL)

    Assemblies

    Metadata

    Assemblies and Modules

    Assembly Cache

    Reflection

    Just In Time Compilation

    Garbage Collection

    Exploring the Code Cycle

    The Pursuit of Standardization

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 2 Introducing C# Programming

    Introduction

    Getting Started

    Creating Your First C# Program

    Compiling and Executing

    Defining a Class

    Declaring the MainMethod

    Organizing Libraries with Namespaces

    Using the using Keyword

    Adding Comments

    Introducing Data Types

    Value Types

    Reference Types

    Explaining Control Structures

    Using the ifStatement

    Using the if-elseStatement

    Using the switch caseStatement

    Using the forStatement

    Using the whileStatement

    Using the do whileStatement

    Using the breakStatement

    Using the continueStatement

    Using the returnStatement

    Using the gotoStatement

    Understanding Properties and Indexers

    Using Properties

    Accessing Lists with Indexers

    Using Delegates and Events

    Delegates

    Events

    Using Exception Handling

    Using the tryBlock

    Using the catchBlock

    Using the finallyBlock

    Using the throwStatement

    Understanding Inheritance

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 3 Visual Studio.NET IDE

    Introduction

    Introducing Visual Studio.NET

    Components of VS.NET

    Design Window

    Code Window

    Server Explorer

    Toolbox

    Docking Windows

    Properties Explorer

    Solution Explorer

    Object Browser

    Dynamic Help

    Task List Explorer

    Features of VS.NET

    IntelliSense

    XML Editor

    Documentation Generation (XML Embedded Commenting)

    Customizing the IDE

    Creating a Project

    Projects

    Creating a Project

    Add Reference

    Build the Project

    Debugging a Project

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 4 Windows Forms

    Introduction

    Introducing Windows Forms

    Writing a Simple Windows Forms Application

    Adding Controls

    Adding an Event Handler

    Adding Controls at Runtime

    Attaching an Event Handler at Runtime

    Writing a Simple Text Editor

    Starting the Project

    Creating a Menu

    Adding a New Form

    Creating a Multiple Document Interface

    Creating a Dialog Form

    Using Form Inheritance

    Adding a TabControl

    Anchoring Controls

    Connecting the Dialog

    Using the ListView and TreeView Controls

    Building an ImageList

    Adding a ListView

    Attaching a Context Menu

    Adding a TreeView

    Adding a Splitter

    Implementing Drag and Drop

    Creating Controls

    Creating a User Control

    Writing a Custom Control

    Subclassing Controls

    Custom Controls in Internet Explorer

    Setting Up IIS

    Creating a Virtual Directory

    Writing a Test Page

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 5 Network Programming: Using TCP and UDP Protocols

    Introduction

    Introducing Networking and Sockets

    Introduction to TCP

    Introduction to UDP

    Introduction to Ports

    System.NetNamespace

    System.Net.SocketsNamespace

    Example TCP Command Transmission and Processing

    General Usage of Needed .NET Classes

    The Server

    The Client

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Example UDP Command Transmission and Processing

    General Usage of Needed .NET Classes

    The Server

    The Client

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Creating a News Ticker Using UDP Multicasting

    General Usage of Needed .NET Classes

    The Server

    The Client

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Creating a UDP Client Server Chat Application

    The TCPServerSessionClass

    The TCPServerClass

    The Chat Protocol

    The ChatServerClass

    The ChatClientClass

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Creating a TCP P2P File Sharing Application

    The Remote File Stream Protocol

    The RemoteFileStreamServerClass

    The RemoteFileStreamProxyClass

    The FileSharingPeerClass

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Access to Web Resources

    General Usage of Needed .NET Classes

    A Web Access Client

    Compiling and Running the Example

    Request Method

    Redirection

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 6 Remoting

    Introduction

    Introducing Remoting

    Remoting Architecture

    Creating a Simple Remoting Client Server

    Creating the Remote Server Object

    Creating the Hosting Application

    Creating the Client Application

    Understanding the Remoting Code

    Improving the Sample Application

    Creating an Intranet Application

    Object Lifetime and Leasing

    Creating Service-Based Applications

    Building a Versioned Remoting Application

    Summary/Solution Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 7 Message Queuing Using MSMQ

    Introduction

    Introducing MSMQ

    MSMQ Architecture

    Installing MSMQ

    Creating a Simple Application

    Understanding the Messaging Code

    Setting Queue Options

    Creating a Complex Application

    Creating the MSMQGraphics Drawing Library

    Creating the DrawingSender Project

    Creating the DrawingReceiver Project

    Creating an Asynchronous Application

    Using Public Queues While Disconnected from the Network

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 8 ADO.NET

    Introduction

    Introducing ADO.NET

    ADO.NET Architecture

    Understanding the ConnectionObject

    Building the Connection String

    Understanding the CommandObject

    Understanding DataReaders

    Understanding DataSets and DataAdapters

    Differences between DataReader Model and DataSet Model

    Understanding the DataViewObject

    Working with System.Data.OleDb

    Using DataReaders

    Using DataSets

    Working with SQL.NET

    Using Stored Procedures

    Working with Odbc.NET

    Using DSN Connection

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 9 Working with XML

    Introduction

    Introduction to XML

    Explaining XML DOM

    Explaining XPath

    Explaining XSL

    Explaining XML Schemas

    XML Classes in the .NET Framework

    Working with XML DOM

    Creating an Empty XML DOM Document

    Adding an Element to the XML Document

    Updating an Element in the XML Document

    Deleting an Element in the XML Document

    Loading and Saving the XML Document

    Working with XML and Relational Data

    XML and the DataSetClass

    XML Schemas and the DataSetClass

    Traversing Relations in the DataSetClass

    Working with XPath and XSL Transformations

    Working with XPath

    Working with XSL

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 10 ASP.NET

    Introduction

    Introducing the ASP.NET Architecture

    ASP.NET Server Controls

    Working with User Controls

    Custom Controls

    Understanding the Web.config File

    Using the Global.asax Page

    Working with Web Forms

    Creating a Simple Web Form

    Building an XML Poll

    Working with ADO.NET

    Building a Message Board with SQL

    Building a Shopping Cart with SQL

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 11 Web Services

    Introduction

    The Case for Web Services

    The Role of SOAP

    Why SOAP?

    Why Web Services?

    The World of Web Services

    Web Service Standards

    Wiring Up Distributed Objects-The SOAP Protocol

    Describing Web Services-WSDL

    Discovering Web Services-DISCO

    Publishing Web Services-UDDI

    Working with Web Services

    Passing Complex Data Types

    Error Handling

    Writing a SOAP Client Application

    Passing Objects

    Passing Relational Data

    Passing XML Documents

    Working with UDDI

    SOAP Headers

    Advanced Web Services

    Maintaining State

    Security

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Chapter 12 Building a Jokes Web Service

    Introduction

    Motivation and Requirements for the Jokes Web Service

    Functional Application Design

    Defining Public Methods

    Defining the Database Schema

    Defining the Web Service Architecture

    Implementing the Jokes Data Repository

    Installing the Database

    Creating the Stored Procedures

    Implementing the Jokes Middle Tier

    Setting Up the Visual Studio Project

    Developing the Error Handler

    Developing the Database Access Component

    Developing the User Administration Service

    Developing the Jokes Service

    Creating a Client Application

    Some Ideas to Improve the Jokes Web Service

    Summary/Solutions Fast Track/Frequently Asked Questions

    Index


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