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Turtschi Adrian. C# .NET Web Developer’s Guide

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Turtschi Adrian. C# .NET Web Developer’s Guide
Syngress Publishing, Inc., 2002. — 817 p.
The C# .NET Web Developer’s Guide provides you with extensive examples that will help solve the problems you might face while developing applications for the .NET Platform rather than concentrating on the theory of C# and .NET programming. Therefore code is the main feature of this book.
The chapters contain both code snippets and sample programs that illustrate the principles discussed. Chapter 2 presents a series of sample programs that introduce concepts in C# that are different from other object-oriented languages. Chapter 4 helps you understand the basics of building Graphical User Interface (GUI)-rich Windows Forms applications; the examples presented in this chapter are the launch pad for Windows Forms applications used in other chapters. Similarly, code presented in Chapter 8 helps you to interact with various databases using ADO.NET; again, this chapter acts as a foundation for further chapters’ database coverage. Chapter 9 will acquaint you with using .NET Class Libraries to interact with XML and its related technologies.
Chapters 5, 6, and 11 discuss technologies and Application Program Interfaces (APIs) that help two applications to communicate and interact with each other. Chapter 5 focuses on enabling applications to communicate over the TCP and UDP protocols and provides an overview of the techniques used to interact with Web pages programmatically. Code examples in Chapter 6 and Chapter 11 concentrate on using Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and object serialization and deserialization.
Chapter 7 examples examine message delivery in distributed applications using Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ). Chapter 10 takes a comprehensive look at ASP.NET and helps you build various applications of increasing complexity and functionality, starting with an XML Poll, progressing to a SQL-powered Message Board, and ending with a Shopping Cart.
Lastly, to end on a lighter note, Chapter 12 takes you through building a Jokes Web Service.The code in this chapter helps you build both the Jokes Web Service as well as the Windows Forms Client for the service.
Introducing the Microsoft .NET Platform.
Introducing C# Programming.
Visual Studio.NET IDE.
Windows Forms.
Network Programming.
Remoting.
Message Queuing Using MSMQ.
ADO.NET.
Working with XML.
ASP.NET.
Web Services.
Building a Jokes Web Service.
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