$990The Java 3D API Specification, 2/e
$399Java Rules (Paperback)
$399ASP.Net Web Developer's Guide (Paperback)
$399Developing Applications with Visual Studio .NET
$299Visual C++ .NET: A Primer for C++ Developers
$788C++ : A Dialog: Programming with the C++ Standard Library (Paperback)
$399Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft Visual C++ .NET--Version 2003
$399Core C# and .NET (Paperback)
$825Learn C# Now Toolkit (Paperback)
$990Building Windows 8 Apps with C# and XAML (Paperback)
Leverage your Visual C++ skills in advanced .NET development.
- Leverage your Visual C++ skills to build advanced .NET applications and Web services
- Covers managed code, COM/Win32 interoperability, Windows Forms, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, SOAP, XML, security, and more
- Running case study: build a complete system using Visual C++ and .NET
Now, experienced Visual C++ developers can leverage their existing skills to create state-of-the-art .NET applications! .NET Architecture and Programming Using Visual C++ introduces the .NET Framework and programming model from the perspective of the Visual C++ developer, then presents breakthrough techniques for building Windows(r) and Web systems with maximum power and performance. Through extensive examples and a book-length case study, it helps you master every facet of Visual C++ .NET development—from data access to debugging, managed code to COM/Win32 interoperability.
- Managed C++ programming: interfaces, delegates, events, and .NET Framework interactions
- User interface programming with Visual C++ .NET and the new Windows Forms classes
- Assemblies and other tools for building simpler, more robust Windows applications
- .NET metadata, serialization, threading, attributes, asynchronous programming, remoting, and memory management
- ADO.NET: Accessing both relational and XML-based data
- Building Web applications and services with Visual C++ .NET, ASP.NET, and SOAP
- Securing .NET applications: Code Access Security, declarative security, and more
- In-depth coverage of interoperability with legacy Windows applications
Part of The Integrated .NET Series from Object Innovations and Prentice Hall PTR.
Table of Contents
About this Series.
1. What Is Microsoft .NET?
2. .NET Fundamentals.
3. Managed C++ Programming.
4. Object-Oriented Programming in Managed C++.
5. Managed C++ in the .NET Framework.
6. User Interface Programming.
7. Assemblies and Deployment.
8. .NET Framework Classes.
9. Programming with ADO.NET.
10. ASP.NET and Web Forms.
11. Web Services.
12. ATL Server Web Sites and Web Services.
14. Tracing and Debugging in .NET.
15. Mixing Managed and Unmanaged Code.
Appendix A. Visual Studio.NET.