Advanced C# Programming

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-08-01
  • Publisher: Lightning Source Inc

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This advanced resource is ideal for experienced programmers seeking practical solutions to real problems. Discover valuable coding techniques and best practices while learning to master Microsoft’s newest cross-platform programming language. This definitive guide will show you how to expertly apply and integrate C# into your business applications. Create user controls, special effects text, dynamic user interfaces, custom attributes--plus, you’ll also find reliable security and authentication methods.

Author Biography

Paul Kimmel is the founder of Software Conceptions, Inc., which helps organizations implement object-oriented solutions to problems in point of sales, telecommunications, finance, and insurance. Paul has implemented telephony applications used by Lucent Technologies at Bell Lab, and for back office systems for e-commerce for the Citibank Development Center in Los Angeles. Paul has also been working with .NET for two years and has been an invited speaker to Dev Days 2001 by Microsoft.

Table of Contents

Part I: Windows Applications

1: Language Foundations

2: Assembly Viewer

3: Video Kiosk

4: Terrarium

5: Building Database Applications with ADO.NET

Part II: Tools and Components

6: Customizing Visual Studio .NET

7: Event Logger

8: Creating UserControls

9: Special Effects Text

10: Creating Custom Attributes

11: Practical Reflection

Part III: Web Applications-IBUYSPY Portal

12: Implementing Web Services

13: IBuySpy and Dynamic User Interfaces in ASP.NET

14: Creating Custom Web Controls

15: Output Caching and Persisting State Information

16: Security and Authentication

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