Introducing Microsoft .Net, 3/e (Paperback)

David S. Platt

  • 出版商: Microsoft Press
  • 出版日期: 2003-04-19
  • 定價: $1,050
  • 售價: 0.9$99
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 352
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0735619182
  • ISBN-13: 9780735619180
  • 相關分類: .NET

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Provides a high-level overview of the .NET Framework—now updated to reflect the release of Visual Studio .NET 2003 and .NET Framework version 1.1

What problems can .NET solve? What architectural approaches does it take to solve them? How do you start using .NET, and how do you profit from it? Get the answers to these questions and more in this entertaining third edition of the popular .NET walk-through—now expanded to cover .NET Framework version 1.1. The well-known author and consultant expertly covers every topic from the top down, introducing simpler concepts first and progressing into greater technical detail. By the end of this illuminating .NET walk-through, you’ll know enough about this revolutionary platform to plan for the future of software as a Web service.

 

Table of Contents:

Foreword ix
    Preface xi
1  Introduction 1
    The Big Internet 1
    Raising the Bar: Common Infrastructure Problems 2
    The Best Laid Plans 4
    What the Heck Is .NET, Anyway? 6
    About This Book 9
    Sing a Song of Silicon 10
2  .NET Objects 13
    Problem Background 13
    Solution Architecture 16
        Oh Yeah? What Does It Cost? 19
    Simplest Example 20
    More on .NET Namespaces 25
    Assemblies 29
        Concept of an Assembly 29
        Assemblies and Deployment 31
        Assemblies and Versioning 34
    Object-Oriented Programming Features 40
        Inheritance 41
        Object Constructors 46
    .NET Memory Management 48
    Interoperation with COM 55
        Using COM Objects from .NET 55
        Using .NET Objects from COM 60
    Transactions in .NET 62
    Structured Exception Handling 65
    Code Access Security 71
3  ASP.NET 79
    Problem Background 79
    Solution Architecture 82
    Simplest Example: Writing a Simple ASP.NET Page 85
    More on Web Controls 89
    Managing and Configuring Web Application Projects: The Web.config File 96
    ASP.NET State Management 99
    Security in ASP.NET 105
        Authentication 105
        Authorization 115
        Identity 121
    Process Management 123
4  .NET Web Services 125
    Problem Background 125
    Solution Architecture 128
    Simplest Example: Writing an XML Web Service 132
    Self-Description of XML Web Services: The WSDL File 137
    Writing XML Web Service Clients 139
    XML Web Service Support in Visual Studio .NET 145
    XML Web Service Design Considerations 146
        Make Them Chunky 146
        Think Carefully About Their State 148
        Handling Exceptions 151
        Replacing the Namespace URI 152
    XML Web Service Security 154
    XML Web Service Enhancements 157
5  Windows Forms 165
    Problem Background 165
    Solution Architecture 167
    Simplest Example 169
    More Complex Example: Controls and Events 171
    Hosting ActiveX Controls in Windows Forms 175
    Form Enhancements 179
        Drawing 179
        Mouse Handling 182
        Menu Handling 183
        Keyboard Handling 185
        Dialog Boxes 186
6  Data Access in .NET 189
    Problem Background 189
    Solution Architecture 191
    Simplest Example 195
    More Complex Example: Disconnected Operation 199
    Visual Studio Support and Typed DataSet Objects 208
7  Handling XML 217
    Problem Background 217
    Solution Architecture 219
    Simplest Example: Basic Serialization 220
    More Complex Example: Controlling Serialization 224
    XML Schemas and Serialization 229
    Generic Parsing 233
8  Events and Delegates 237
    Problem Background 237
    Solution Architecture 239
    Simplest Example 240
    More Complex Example 247
    Delegates 251
9  Threads 257
    Problem Background 258
    Solution Architecture 260
    Simplest Threading Example: Using the Process Thread Pool 262
    More Complex Example: Thread Safety 268
    Still More Complex Example: Managing Your Own Threads 277
10  .NET Remoting 281
    Problem Background 281
    Solution Architecture 282
    Simplest Example 285
    Big Simplification: Configuration Files 288
    Activation Types 290
    Lifetime Management 295
    Hosting and Deployment 299
    Security 301
    Performance 302
11  .NET Reflection 303
    Problem Background 303
    Solution Architecture 304
    Simplest Example 306
    More Complex Example: Enumerating Types 308
    Still More Complex Example: Object Creation and Method Invocation 313
EPILOGUE AND BENEDICTION 319
INDEX