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Programming .NET 3.5 [recurso electrónico].

Por: Liberty, Jesse.
Colaborador(es): Horovitz, Alex.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroEditor: Sebastopol : O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2008Descripción: 1 online resource (476 p.).ISBN: 9780596154707 (electronic bk.); 0596154704 (electronic bk.).Tema(s): Microsoft .NET Framework | Computer science | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- C♯ | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- Java | COMPUTERS -- Programming Languages -- PascalGénero/Forma: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Formatos físicos adicionales: Print version:: Programming .NET 3.5Clasificación CDD: 005.133 | 005.2768 Recursos en línea: Libro electrónico
Contenidos:
Table of Contents; Preface; Who This Book Is For; How This Book Is Organized; Part I, Presentation Options; Part II, Interlude on Design Patterns; Part III, The Business Layer; What You Need to Use This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Comments and Questions; Safari Books Online; Acknowledgments; Part I; .NET 3.5: A Better Framework for Building MVC, N-Tier, and SOA Applications; Integration Versus Silos; Big Ideas, Small Examples; It Ain't Just the Framework; It's a Moving Target; What? All That in One Book?; Introducing XAML: A Declarative Way to Create Windows UIs.
XAML 101Interface Versus Implementation; Getting Yourself Up and Running; Simple XAML Done Simply; Panel Elements; Root Elements; Control Elements; Simple controls; Content controls; Item controls; Headered content controls; Document Elements; Over Here ... No, Wait, I Meant Over There!; StackPanel and DockPanel; Moving beyond columns and rows; It's Alive! (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Animation); Animation Overview; The Animation Storyboard; Hooked Yet?; Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation: A Richer Desktop UI Experience; Starting Simple: Panels; DockPanel.
Order of declaration is importantStackPanel; Canvas and ViewBox; Control Presentation; Resources; Styles; Making effects more pronounced; Nesting; Resources; Transformations; Animation; Simultaneous Animations; A Composite Control; Data Binding; Creating a CheckOut Application in Visual Studio; Binding to a List; Master/Detail Records; Event handling; Applying WPF: Building a Biz App; Breaking the Application into Pieces; Adorners; Business Classes; Page 1--Adding Items to the Shopping Cart; Displaying the Selected Image; Adding Cropping with the Adorner; MouseDown; Handling the Crop button.
Adding the Shopping CartAdding scroll bars; Page 2--Validating the Credit Card; Layout; Validating the Credit Card; Introducing AJAX: Moving Desktop UIs to the Web; Web Applications Just Got a Whole Lot Faster; Getting Started; ASP.NET and JavaScript; Creating a "Word Wheel" with AJAX; The Data; The Pages; Where the Action Is; Security issues; Asynchronous updates; Step-by-Step Walkthrough; ScriptManager; Partial Page Rendering; A Better Calendar Control; Adding a Watermark; Adding Stylesheets to Extender Controls; What's Next?; Applying AJAX: ListMania; Creating the To-Do List Manager.
Create the Application Master PageCreate the Database; Create the To-Do List Page; Persist the List; Personalizing the To-Do List; Confirm the Database Table; Create a DataHelper Class; Create the Login Page; The CollapsiblePanelExtender Control; Introducing Silverlight: A Richer Web UI Platform; Silverlight in One Chapter; The Breadth of Silverlight; Diving Deep: Building an Application; Controls; Canvases; StackPanels; Horizontal StackPanels; Grids; Sizing rows and columns; Placing controls into cells; Events and Event Handlers; Declaring Event Handlers in Code; The Content Property.
Resumen: .NET 3.5 will help you create better Windows applications, build Web Services that are more powerful, implement new Workflow projects and dramatically enhance the user's experience. But it does so with what appears to be a collection of disparate technologies. In Programming .NET 3.5, bestselling author Jesse Liberty and industry expert Alex Horovitz uncover the common threads that unite the .NET 3.5 technologies, so you can benefit from the best practices and architectural patterns baked into this newest generation of Microsoft frameworks. While single-topic .NET 3.5 books delve into Windows P.
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Table of Contents; Preface; Who This Book Is For; How This Book Is Organized; Part I, Presentation Options; Part II, Interlude on Design Patterns; Part III, The Business Layer; What You Need to Use This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Comments and Questions; Safari Books Online; Acknowledgments; Part I; .NET 3.5: A Better Framework for Building MVC, N-Tier, and SOA Applications; Integration Versus Silos; Big Ideas, Small Examples; It Ain't Just the Framework; It's a Moving Target; What? All That in One Book?; Introducing XAML: A Declarative Way to Create Windows UIs.

XAML 101Interface Versus Implementation; Getting Yourself Up and Running; Simple XAML Done Simply; Panel Elements; Root Elements; Control Elements; Simple controls; Content controls; Item controls; Headered content controls; Document Elements; Over Here ... No, Wait, I Meant Over There!; StackPanel and DockPanel; Moving beyond columns and rows; It's Alive! (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Animation); Animation Overview; The Animation Storyboard; Hooked Yet?; Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation: A Richer Desktop UI Experience; Starting Simple: Panels; DockPanel.

Order of declaration is importantStackPanel; Canvas and ViewBox; Control Presentation; Resources; Styles; Making effects more pronounced; Nesting; Resources; Transformations; Animation; Simultaneous Animations; A Composite Control; Data Binding; Creating a CheckOut Application in Visual Studio; Binding to a List; Master/Detail Records; Event handling; Applying WPF: Building a Biz App; Breaking the Application into Pieces; Adorners; Business Classes; Page 1--Adding Items to the Shopping Cart; Displaying the Selected Image; Adding Cropping with the Adorner; MouseDown; Handling the Crop button.

Adding the Shopping CartAdding scroll bars; Page 2--Validating the Credit Card; Layout; Validating the Credit Card; Introducing AJAX: Moving Desktop UIs to the Web; Web Applications Just Got a Whole Lot Faster; Getting Started; ASP.NET and JavaScript; Creating a "Word Wheel" with AJAX; The Data; The Pages; Where the Action Is; Security issues; Asynchronous updates; Step-by-Step Walkthrough; ScriptManager; Partial Page Rendering; A Better Calendar Control; Adding a Watermark; Adding Stylesheets to Extender Controls; What's Next?; Applying AJAX: ListMania; Creating the To-Do List Manager.

Create the Application Master PageCreate the Database; Create the To-Do List Page; Persist the List; Personalizing the To-Do List; Confirm the Database Table; Create a DataHelper Class; Create the Login Page; The CollapsiblePanelExtender Control; Introducing Silverlight: A Richer Web UI Platform; Silverlight in One Chapter; The Breadth of Silverlight; Diving Deep: Building an Application; Controls; Canvases; StackPanels; Horizontal StackPanels; Grids; Sizing rows and columns; Placing controls into cells; Events and Event Handlers; Declaring Event Handlers in Code; The Content Property.

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.NET 3.5 will help you create better Windows applications, build Web Services that are more powerful, implement new Workflow projects and dramatically enhance the user's experience. But it does so with what appears to be a collection of disparate technologies. In Programming .NET 3.5, bestselling author Jesse Liberty and industry expert Alex Horovitz uncover the common threads that unite the .NET 3.5 technologies, so you can benefit from the best practices and architectural patterns baked into this newest generation of Microsoft frameworks. While single-topic .NET 3.5 books delve into Windows P.

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