Posts Tagged ‘C# and C++’

Free Wrox Ebook Professional WPF with C# and .NET 4.5

We’re happy to provide you with this new free Wrox e-book “Professional WPF with C# and .NET 4.5.” This e-book contains more than 120 pages on Core WPF, Business Applications with WPF, and Creating Documents with WPF. And because you’re getting it from Wrox.com, all 3 major ebook formats (PDF, ePub, Kindle) are included in […]

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Event-Based Asynchronous Pattern in .NET 4.5 and C# 2012

The method OnAsyncEventPattern makes use of the event-based asynchronous pattern. This pattern is implemented by the WebClient class and thus it can be directly used. This pattern defines a method with the suffix "Async". Therefore, for example, for the synchronous method DownloadString, the WebClient class offers the asynchronous variant DownloadStringAsync. Instead of defining a delegate […]

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LINQ to SQL

Chapter 56: LINQ to SQL What’s In This Chapter? Working with LINQ to SQL using Visual Studio 2010 Mapping LINQ to SQL objects to database entities Building LINQ to SQL operations without the O/R Designer Using the O/R Designer with custom objects Querying the SQL Server database using LINQ Stored procedures and LINQ to SQL […]

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Windows Workflow Foundation 3.0

Chapter 57: Windows Workflow Foundation 3.0 What’s in This Chapter? Different types of workflows: Sequential and State Machine Built-in activities Creating custom activities Workflow Services Integration with WCF Hosting Workflows Tips for migrating to Workflow Foundation 4 This chapter presents an overview of the Windows Workflow Foundation 3.0 (known as WF throughout the rest of […]

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Free C# Legacy Chapters

Last week when I posted the free preview samples from several Visual Studio and .NET 4 books I talked about several C# chapters that we’ll be providing free. These are chapters from Professional C# that we decided were "legacy" in this version. These chapters cover topics that no longer have enough new going on with […]

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Web Services with ASP.NET

Chapter 55: Web Services with ASP.NET What’s In This Chapter The syntax of SOAP and WSDL How SOAP and WSDL are used by web services Exposing and consuming web services The use of web services Exchanging data by using SOAP headers Web services are a way of performing remote method calls over HTTP that can […]

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.NET Remoting

Chapter 54: .NET Remoting What’s In This Chapter? An overview of .NET Remoting Contexts, which are used to group objects with similar execution requirements Implementing a simple remote object, client, and server The .NET Remoting architecture .NET Remoting configuration files Hosting .NET Remoting objects in ASP.NET Using Soapsuds to access the metadata of remote objects […]

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C#, Visual Basic, C++/CLI, and F#

Chapter 53: C#, Visual Basic, C++/CLI, and F# What’s In This Chapter? Namespaces Defining types Methods Arrays Control statements Loops Exception handling Inheritance Resource management Delegates Events Generics LINQ queries C++/CLI mixing native and managed code C# is the programming language designed for .NET. More than 50 languages exist for writing .NET applications—for example, Eiffel, […]

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Enterprise Services

Chapter 51: Enterprise Services What’s In This Chapter? Features of Enterprise Services Using Enterprise Services Creating a serviced component Deploying COM+ applications Using transactions with COM+ Creating a WCF façade to Enterprise Services Using Enterprise Services from a WCF client Enterprise Services is the name of the Microsoft application server technology that offers services for […]

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Directory Services

Chapter 52: Directory Services What’s in This Chapter? The architecture and concepts of Active Directory Tools for accessing the Active Directory How to read and modify data in Active Directory Searching for objects in Active Directory User and group management programmatically Using DSML (Directory Service Markup Language) to access the Active Directory Microsoft’s Active Directory […]

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