Practical Mono (Google eBook)

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Apress, Dec 12, 2005 - Computers - 424 pages
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Practical Mono offers a detailed portrait of Mono and its many facets. You’ll learn about building GUI-based applications with Gtk#, database interaction with ADO.NET, and powerful applications with XML and web services.

By embracing this implementation, you can take advantage of the powerful development paradigm, building Internet-enabled cross-platform applications based on open source technologies. This book includes a primer on C#, so even if you’re a novice .NET programmer, you will still gain plenty from this practical guide.

  

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Contents

Introducing NET and Mono
1
Introducing Development Tools and MonoDevelop
21
Introducing C
41
Beyond the Basics
63
Exploring the NET Core
107
Creating Windows Forms
133
Introducing Gtk+ Glade and User Interfaces
179
Using ADONET
205
Using XML
241
Introducing Networking and Remoting
273
Using ASPNET
307
Using Advanced Mono Techniques
347
Index
377
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About the author (2005)

Mark Mamone is a program lead and solutions architect for British Telecom, and has been involved in .NET since Beta 1. He's presently spearheading a Mono-driven project for BT. Mamone has co-authored several books, including Beginning Fedora 2, Beginning Red Hat Linux 9, and Professional Windows Forms.

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