professional visual studio 2008

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作者:Nick Randolph, David Gardner 出版日期:July 28, 2008 出版社:Wrox Press 页数:1032 ISBN:ISBN-10: 0470229888 ISBN-13: 978-0470229880 文件格式:PDF 书籍简介 Product Description Professional Visual Studio 2008Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 is the latest version in the ongoing evolution of the Integrated Development Enviro
Professional Visual studio 2008 Introduction n XXXVii Chapter 14: The My Namespace 211 Chapter 15: The Languages Part I: Integrated De velopment Ecosystem 229 Environment Chapter 1: A quick T ouremme. Part IVe Coding Chapter 2: The Solution Explorer Chapter 16: IntelliSense Toolbox, and Proper ties.mme, 13 and Bookmarks…241 Chapter 3: Options and Chapter 17: Code Snippets Customizations…… 31 and Refactoring 255 Chapter 4: W orkspace Control... 47 Chapter 18: Modeling with the Class Designer………275 Chapter 5: Find and Replace, and Help. 63 Chapter 19: Ser ver Explorer 289 Part l: Getting Star ted Chapter20: Unit T esting…………305 Chapter 6: Solutions, Projects, d it∴…83 Part ve data Chapter 7: Source Control.emma.e. 107 Chapter 21: Datasets and DataBinding 325 Chapter 8: Forms and controls 117 Chapter 22: V isual Database T ools. 365 Chapter 9: Documentation Using Comments and Chapter 23: Language Integrated Sandcastle 131 Queries(LNQ)……383 Chapter 10: Project and Chapter24: LINQ to XML,……393 Item Templates.mmm.. 151 Chapter 25: LINQ to SQL and Entities 403 Part I: Languages Chapter 26: Synchronization Chapter 11: Generics, Nullable T ypes, Services 417 Partial Types and methods w 171 Part V: Security Chapter 12: Anonymous Types, Extension methods. and Chapter 27: Security in the NET Framework 435 Lambda expressions m, 187 Chapter 13: Language-Specific Chapter28: Cr yptography.……447 Features 199 Chapter 29: obfuscation 469 Continued Chapter 30: Client Application Chapter 45: Advanced Debugging Services 481 Techniques…751 Chapter 31: Device Security Manager. 495 Part X: Build and Deplo yment Part vle Platfor ms Chapter 46: Upgrading with v isual Studio2008…769 Chapter 32: ASP.NET Web Applications…,……505 Chapter47: Build customization……777 Chapter 33: Office Applications mmmmm, 547 Chapter 48: Assembly Versioning and signing………795 Chapter 34: Mobile Applications 567 Chapter 49: clickOnce and Msl Chapter35: WPF Applications………595 Deployment………803 Chapter 36: WCF and WF Chapter 50: Web and Mobile Applications…,…,,609 Application Chapter 37: Next Generation Web: Deployment… 825 Silverlight and ASPNET MVC 625 Part XI: Automation Part VIl Configuration and Chapter 51: The Automation Model 839 Internationalization Chapter 52: Add-Ins mmsssssmnan. 849 Chapter38: Configuration Files……649 Chapter53: Macros…867 Chapter 39: Connection Strings .mmmmm. 667 Chapter 40: Resource F iles.m..677 Part XIl: Visual studio Team System Part IX Debugging Chapter 54: VSTS: Architect Chapter 41: Using the Debugging Edition 881 Windows 697 Chapter 55: VSTS: De eloper Chapter 42: Debugging with Edition w 891 Breakpoints…711 Chapter56:VsTS: T ester Edition……903 Chapter 43: Creating Debug Proxies Chapter 57: VSTS: Database and visualizers w 723 Editio 911 Chapter 44: Debugging Web Chapter 58: Team Foundation Applications………735 Server 923 Professional Visual studio 2008 e Professional Visual studio 2008 Bv y Nick randolph David gardner WILEY Wiley Publishing, Inc. Professional visual studio 2008 Published b Wiley Publishing, 10475 Crosspoint Boulevard Indianapolis, IN 46256 www.wiley.com Copyright o 2008 by Wiley Publishing, Inc, Indianapolis, Indiana ISBN:978-0-470-229880 Manufactured in the United States of America 10987654321 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data is available from the publisher No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or b any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, except as permitted under Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without either the prior written permission of the Publisher, or authorization through payment of the appropriate per-copy fee to the Copyright Clearance Center, 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MAO1923, (978)750-8400, fax(978)646-8600 Requests to the Publisher for permission should be addressed to the Legal Department, Wiley publishing, InC. 10475 Crosspoint Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46256,(317)572-3447, fax( 317)572-4355, or online at http://www.wiley.com/go/permissions Limit of liability/ disclaimer of Warranty The publisher and the author make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this work and specifically disclaim all warranties, including without limitation warranties of fitness for a particular purpose. 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Some content that appears in print may not be available in electronic books About the author s his role as lead developer at Intilecta Corporation where he was integrally involved in designing and ck Randolph tly the chief development officer for n se d solutions ha recentiv building that firm's application framework After graduating with a combined Engineering(Information Technology)/Commerce degree, Nick went on to be nominated as a Microsoft MVP in recognition of his work with the Perth. NET user group and his focus on mobile devices. He is still an active contributor in the device application development space viahisblogathttp://community.softtec.com/blogs/nick/andviatheProfessionalVisualstudio website,http://www.professionalvisualstudio.com/ Over the past two years, Nick has been invited to present at a variety of events including Tech ed Australia, MEDC, and Code Camp. He has also authored articles for MSDN Magazine (Anz edition and a book entitled Professional Visual Studio 2005, and has helped judge the 2004, 2005, and 2007 world finals for the Imagine cup David Gardner is a seasoned neT developer and the Chief Software Architect at Intilecta Corporation David has an ongoing passion to produce well-designed high-quality software products that engage and delight users. For the past decade and a bit, David has worked as a solutions architect, consultant, and developer, and has provided expertise to organizations in australia, New zealand and malaysia David is a regular speaker at the Perth. NET user group, and has presented at events including the. NET Framework Launch TechEd malaysia, and the microsoft executive summit he holds a bachelor of Science( Computer Science)and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer DavidregularlyblogsaboutVisualStudioandNetathttp://www.professionalvisualstudio com/,andmaintainsapersonalwebsiteathttp://peaksite.com/ Guest Author s Miguel Madero Miguel Madero is a Senior Developer with Readify Consulting in Australia. Miguel has architected different frameworks and solutions for disconnected mobile applications asp.net, and distributed Systems worked with Software Factories and trained other developers in the latest Microsoft technologies. Miguel was also the founder of DotNetLaguna, the NET USer Group in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico. In his spare time Miguel enjoys being with his beautiful fiancee, Carina, practicing rollerblading, andtryingtosurfatSydneysbeachesYoucanfindMiguel'sblogathttp://www.miguelmadero.conm/ Miguel wrote Chapters 54 through 58 of this book, covering Visual Studio Team Suite and Team Foundation server Keyvan Nayyeri Keyvan Nayyeri is a software architect and developer with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics. Keyvan's main focus is Microsoft development and related technologies. He has published articles on many well-known net online communities and is an active team leader and developer for several net open-source projects About the authors Keyvan is the author of professional visual Studio extensibility and co-authored Professional community Server, also published by Wrox Press. You can find his thoughts on. NET, Community Server and Technologyathttp://www.nayyeri.net/ Keyvan was a guest author on this book, writing Chapters 51 through 53 on Visual Studio automation loe lobar Joel Pobar is a habituated software tinkerer originally from sunny Brisbane, Australia. Joel was a Program Manager on the. NET Common Language Runtime team, sharing his time between late-bound dynamic Clr features(reflection, Code Generation), compiler teams, and the Shared Source Cli program(rotor). These days, Joel is on sabbatical, exploring the machine learning and natural language processing worlds while consulting part-time for Microsoft Consulting Services. You can find Joel's recentwritingsathttp://callvirt.net/blog Joel lent his expertise to this book by authoring chapter 15 on the languages ecosystem

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