Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft)

Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft)
Authors
Tim Patrick
ISBN
0735638888
Published
25 Oct 2010
Purchase online
amazon.com

Teach yourself how to use ADO.NET 4, the data access technology that helps you create data-focused software faster and easier. With STEP BY STEP, you set the pace -- building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!Gain a firm understanding of the fundamental concepts and tools provided with ADO.NET 4.0, one feature at a time. With clear discussions and hands-on examples written in Visual Basic and C#, you'll move step-by-step through the learning process.

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Teach yourself the fundamentals of ADO.NET 4 -- one step at a time. With this practical, learn-by-doing tutorial, you get the clear guidance and hands-on examples you need to start creating datacentric applications for Windows® and the Web.

Discover how to:

  • Connect to external data sources, including databases and other data formats
  • Use ADO.NET Entity Framework to interact with underlying data stores
  • Build Entity Framework models with graphical design tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
  • Analyze information stored in ADO.NET with various LINQ providers
  • Bind data directly to Windows Forms and Web Forms to drive information to users
  • Manage disconnected or standalone data and information
  • Go beyond the core functionality of ADO.NET to manipulate data in more advanced ways

Your step by step digital content includes:

  • Practice exercises
  • Fully searchable online edition of this book -- with unlimited access on the Web

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