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Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start
By Kate  Gregory
 
Publisher : Sams Publishing
Pub Date : December 09, 2003
ISBN : 0-672-32600-0
Pages : 448
Copyright
      About the Author
      Acknowledgments
      We Want to Hear from You!
      Introduction
        Who Should Read This Book
        How This Book Is Organized
        Conventions Used in This Book
        Source Code for This Book
      Chapter 1.   C++, Visual C++, and Managed C++: What's the Difference?
        Differences Between Visual C++ and C++
        Managed and Unmanaged Code
        Managed and Unmanaged Data
        Properties
        In Brief
      Chapter 2.   Creating Test Harnesses and Starter Applications
        Application Types You Can Create with Visual C++
        What Is a Test Harness?
        Creating an Unmanaged C++ Application
        Testing an Unmanaged Class with an Unmanaged Test Harness
        Creating a Managed C++ Application
        Testing a Managed Class with a Managed Test Harness
        In Brief
      Chapter 3.   The .NET Base Class Libraries
        Libraries Shared Across Languages
        Namespaces in C++
        The System Namespace
        Other Useful Namespaces
        In Brief
      Chapter 4.   Building Simple User Interfaces with Windows Forms
        A Managed C++ Windows Forms Application
        Using the Toolbox to Build the User Interface
        Anchoring, Docking, and Other Properties of Controls
        Writing Event Handlers
        Using a DataGrid, DataView, and DataFilter
        Creating a Multiple-Form Interface
        In Brief
      Chapter 5.   Writing a Class Library in Unmanaged C++
        The Role of a Class Library in a Layered Application
        Creating a Class Library
        Calling the Library from Other Applications
        Advantages and Disadvantages of Writing an Unmanaged Class Library
        In Brief
      Chapter 6.   Writing a Class Library in Managed C++
        Advantages and Disadvantages of a Managed Class Library
        Building a Managed Class Library
        Using the Class Library from Managed Code
        Calling the Library from Another Managed Language
        Managed and Unmanaged Data in a Managed Library
        It Just Works (IJW) Interoperability and the Mixed DLL Problem
        Mixing Your Own Managed and Unmanaged Code
        In Brief
      Chapter 7.   Building DLLs in Unmanaged C++
        What Is a DLL?
        Creating a DLL
        How to Use a DLL from Unmanaged C++
        How to Use an Unmanaged DLL from Managed C++
        How to Use an Unmanaged DLL from C#
        In Brief
      Chapter 8.   Writing COM Components in C++
        COM Components and Their Place in Software Development
        Using ATL to Create an Unmanaged COM Component
        Using a COM Component from Unmanaged C++
        Using a COM Component from Managed C++
        Exposing a Managed Class Library as a COM Component
        In Brief
      Chapter 9.   Using Existing COM Components in C++
        Automation Concepts
        Using Word as a Spell Checker from Unmanaged C++
        Using Word as a Spell Checker from Managed C++
        In Brief
      Chapter 10.   Writing and Consuming a Web Service
        Web Service Fundamentals
        Writing a Web Service in Managed C++
        Consuming a Web Service in Managed C++
        Discovering Web Services
        Writing a Web Service in Unmanaged C++
        Calling a Web Service from Unmanaged C++
        In Brief
      Chapter 11.   Writing a Data Layer in Managed C++
        Database Concepts
        The ADO.NET Class Library
        Filling a DataSet and Binding to a Control on a Form
        Using a Data Reader for Quick One-Way Access
        Updating the Database with a Data Set
        Data Sets and XML
        Filling a Database from XML
        In Brief
      Chapter 12.   Writing a Windows Service
        What Is a Windows Service?
        Creating a Simple Windows Service in Managed C++
        Debugging a Service
        In Brief
      Chapter 13.   Strengthening Your Managed Applications with Security and Encryption
        Understanding Encryption Techniques and Technologies
        Encrypting Information
        Decrypting Information
        Role-Based Security
        In Brief
      Chapter 14.   Moving Layers to Different Machines with .NET Remoting
        Writing a Class That Will Be Available Through Remoting
        Writing a Remoting Client
        Hosting the Remoted Object and Configuring the Client
        Communication Over Remoting
        Choosing Lifetime and Lifecycle Options Appropriately
        In Brief
      Chapter 15.   Building Advanced User Interfaces in Managed C++
        Extending Windows Controls
        Using Drag and Drop
        Using GDI+
        Internationalizing and Localizing a Windows Application
        In Brief
      Index


Microsoft Visual C++. NET 2003 Kick Start
Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start
ISBN: 0672326000
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 141
Authors: Kate Gregory

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