C#Builder Kick Start

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Sams Publishing, 2004 - Computers - 461 pages

C#Builder Kick Start provides a rapid overview of the C#Builder tool, a Borland developer┐s introduction to C# explaining the new forms and interfaces, and set of examples illustrating the power of C#, C#Builder, and .NET development. Special attention is paid to differences between existing Borland tools and development strategies and C#Builder.

 

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Contents

Table of Contents
19
Part I
20
Part III
22
Overview of CBuilder and the C Programming Language
25
Introducing NET and the CBuilder IDE 9
27
C Basics 35
38
Coding with Snippets 50
2-12
In Brief 64
2-26
Adding Status Bars to Your Application
186
Windows Forms Graphics with GDI+
191
Working with Brushes and Pens
193
Drawing Graphics Objects
206
Windows Forms User Controls and Components
213
ASP NET Web Application Development
237
ASP NET Application Events and State Management
263
ASP NET Security
283

Intermediate C 65
2-27
Advanced C
87
Managing Code and Projects
111
Understanding Your Application with Model View
127
Windows Forms Client Application Development
135
Windows Forms Dialogs
159
Windows Forms Resources
175
ASP NET Custom and User Controls
301
Enterprise Application Development
319
Data Binding
347
Web Services
383
Assemblies Versioning and Deployment
407
Index
423
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Joe Mayo is an author, independent consultant, and trainer, specializing in .NET technologies. He opened the C# Station Web site on July 4, 2000, and has been working with C# and .NET since the first pre-beta version of the .NET Frameworks SDK was released during the same month. Joe has been programming computers for over 17 years and is currently an independent consultant, serving customers in the Denver, Colorado area. You are welcome to contact Joe via email at jmayo@MayoSoftware.com.

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