Manning, 2012. — 360 p. — ISBN 9781617290268.Metaprogramming in .NET is designed to help readers understand the basic concepts, advantages and potential pitfalls of metaprogramming. It introduces core concepts in clear, easy-to-follow language and then it takes you on a deep dive into the tools and techniques you’ll use to implement them in your .NET code. You’ll explore plenty of real-world examples that reinforce key concepts. When you finish, you’ll be able to build high-performance, metaprogramming-enabled software with confidence. When you write programs that create or modify other programs, you are metaprogramming. In .NET, you can use reflection as well as newer concepts like code generation and scriptable software. The emerging Roslyn project exposes the .NET compiler as an interactive API, allowing compile-time code analysis and just-in-time refactoring.Metaprogramming in .NET is a practical introduction to the use of metaprogramming to improve the performance and maintainability of your code. This book avoids abstract theory and instead teaches you solid practices you’ll find useful immediately. It introduces core concepts like code generation and application composition in clear, easy-to-follow language, and then it takes you on a deep dive into the tools and techniques that will help you implement them in your .NET applications.Written for readers comfortable with C# and the .NET framework—no prior experience with metaprogramming is required.Demystifying Metaprogramming Metaprogramming concepts Exploring code and metadata with reflection Techniques For Generating Code The Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4) Generating code with the CodeDOM Generating code with Reflection.Emit Generating code with expressions Generating code with IL rewriting Languages and Tools The Dynamic Language Runtime Languages and tools Managing the .NET Compiler
Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.