by Istvan Novak, Andras Velvart, Adam Granicz, Gyorgy Balassy, Attila Hajdrik, Mitchel Sellers, Gastsharp243n Hillar, 193gnes Molnr, Joydip Kanjilal, Wrox
This book will take an investigative look at new and important features that have been added to Visual Studio and .NET 4.0. A balance of about 30% existing “key features” will be discussed with the remainder of the book being focused on the new items in VS 2010 and .NET 4.0. The book will be divided into six distinct parts if you will; Visual Studio 2010, .NET 4.0, ASP.NET, C# Language, VB.NET Language, and the new F# language.
Everything .NET developers need to take advantage of Silverlight 4Silverlight 4 is a major new release of Microsoft's flagship product for building rich, interactive applications that combine animation, graphics, audio, and video. This book, by seasoned Wrox authors and Silverlight experts, gives professional Web developers all the tools necessary to build RIAs using the new Silverlight capabilities.
VB.NET can be used to customize AutoCAD with nearly unlimited power and flexibility. And for those who have been customizing AutoCAD with VBA, VB.NET is the logical language of choice once VBA is completely phased out of AutoCAD.This book is the edited, updated, and revised version of the VB.NET for AutoCAD 2007 Customization book. It includes revisions to code to make it easier to read, and to bring it into conformity with currently-accepted best practices.
by Cameron Albert, Frank LaVigne, Packt Publishing
Build enterprise-ready business applications with Silverlight *An introduction to building enterprise-ready business applications with Silverlight quickly. *Get hold of the basic tools and skills needed to get started in Silverlight application development. *Integrate different media types, taking the RIA experience further with Silverlight, and much more! *Rapidly manage business focused controls, data, and business logic connectivity.
This book is a comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide for using the Oracle Data Provider (ODP) version 11g on the .NET Framework. It also outlines the core GoF (Gang of Four) design patterns and coding techniques employed to build and deploy high-impact mission-critical applications using advanced Oracle database features through the ODP.NET provider.The book details the features of the ODP.
by Michael Washington, Ian Lackey, Packt Publishing
This book has been written both for beginners wanting to set up a website and also for ASP.NET developers with a grasp of VB.NET and C# who want a deeper understanding of how to work with DotNetNuke. To work with the DotNetNuke code, you will need access to Visual Web Developer Express or Visual Studio .NET 2010. No prior knowledge of DotNetNuke is assumed.This book is a practical tutorial with step-by-step instructions and clear, concise explanations.
Ruby has built an enormous following of developers attracted by its intuitiveness, flexibility, and simplicity. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s .NET has grown and matured into a platform of unparalleled power. IronRuby brings them together, enabling developers to write elegant, efficient Ruby code that seamlessly integrates with .NET objects and leverages .NET’s full capabilities.
Microsoft is introducing a large number of changes to the way that the .NET Framework operates. Many familiar technologies are being altered, best practices replaced, and developer methodologies adjusted. Many developers find it hard to keep up with the pace of change across .NET's ever-widening array of technologies. You may know what's happening in C#, but what about the Azure cloud? How is that going to affect your work? What are the limitations of the new pLINQ syntax?
LINQ is the project name for a set of extensions to the .NET Framework that provide a generic approach to querying data from different data sources. LINQ will premier in Visual Studio 2008, and will become the next must–have skill for .NET developers. For more information about LINQ, you can check out www.linqdev.com.
“Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.” - Rich Cook