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Thursday, December 4, 2008

OReilly Programming dot NET 3.5 Aug 2008

The type of the release is: eBook
In the PDF format with ISBN: 059652756X and Pub Date: August 05, 2008
The size of the release is: 03 disks x 2.88mb
And released on: 08/26/2008

.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
Presentation Foundation and the other frameworks in greater detail,
Programming .NET 3.5 offers a "Grand Tour" of the release that describes
how the four principal technologies can be used together, with Ajax, to
build modern n-tier and service-oriented applications. Developers have
struggled to implement these patterns with previous versions of the .NET
Framework, but this hands-on guide uses real-world examples and fully
annotated source code to demonstrate how .NET 3.5 can make it easy. The
concepts and technologies that this book covers include: XAML --
Microsoft's new XML-based markup language for UI, used with WPF Windows
Presentation Foundation (WPF) -- a new presentation framework and
graphics subsystem for Windows that puts Vista-like effect in your grasp
Ajax Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) - a new standards-based
framework that enables applications to communicate across a network
using a variety of protocols Workflow Foundation (WF) -- framework for
defining, executing, and managing workflows CardSpace -- framework for
managing the identities of your users You'll learn how to useeach of the
four frameworks alone and in concert to build a series of meaningful
example applications. Examples are written in C#, and all of the source
code will be available for download at both the O'Reilly and the
authors' site, which offers access to a free support forum. Between
them, authors Jesse Liberty and Alex Horovitz have nearly forty years of
experience in delivering commercial applications for companies such as
Citibank, Apple, AT&T, NeXt, PBS, Ziff Davis, and dozens of smaller
organizations. Their combined experience is valuable for telling the
story of .NET 3.5 and how it will shorten the development life cycle for
applications developers, and enhance your productivity.

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