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Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 unleashed

Author: Mike Snell; Lars Powers
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Sams, 2010.
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Snell, Mike.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 unleashed.
Indianapolis, Ind. : Sams, 2011
(DLC) 2010029011
(OCoLC)462908971
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mike Snell; Lars Powers
ISBN: 9780132121057 0132121050 9780132121019 0132121018
OCLC Number: 738406378
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 1196 pages) : illustrations
Contents: IntroductionPart I An Introduction to Visual Studio 2010Chapter 1 A Quick Tour of Visual Studio 2010The Visual Studio Product Line Express Editions Professional Edition Premium Ultimate MSDN Related Tools Languages, Frameworks, and Application Templates Programming Language Choices The .NET Framework(s) The Many Faces of a .NET ApplicationDeveloping Rich(er) Clients Windows (WinForms) Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Office-Based SolutionsCreating Web Clients Building Websites with ASP.NET Adding Richer Features with AJAX Developing for SilverlightMaking the Client ChoiceCoding for the Cloud Creating a Cloud Application Running a Cloud Application Publishing to the CloudWorking with Data Design Your Data Separate Data Design from Storage Schema Build Occasionally Connected ApplicationsWrite Connected, Service-Oriented Solutions Develop an Application/Business Process Create and Consume ServicesSummaryChapter 2 The Visual Studio IDEInstalling Visual Studio Choosing a Language Configuring Your Development Environment SettingsGetting Started Startup OptionsCreating Your First Project Targeting Your EnvironmentNavigating the IDE The Menus The Many Toolbars Customizing Toolbars The Solution Explorer The Text Editors The Visual Designers The Toolbox The Properties WindowManaging the Many Windows of the IDE Pinning Docking Navigating IDE Windows Customize Your FontSummaryChapter 3 The .NET LanguagesLanguage Primer Programming Objects Types, Variables, and Constants Operators Making Decisions and Branching Code Looping Working with Groups of Items Programming with Attributes Creating and Raising EventsLanguage Features Infer a Variable's Data Type Based on Assignment Create an Object and Set Its Properties with a Single Line of Code Define a Collection and Initialize Its Values (New) Create an Instance of a Nonexistent Class Add Methods to Existing Classes Add Business Logic to Generated Code Access and Query Data Using the .NET Languages Write Simple, Unnamed Functions Within Your Code Split an Assembly Across Multiple Files Work with XML Directly Within Your Code (VB Only) Remove Unused Arguments from Event Handlers (VB Only) Create an Automatically Implemented Property (New for VB) Drop the Underscore in VB for Line Continuation (New) Work with Dynamic Languages/Objects (New) Covariance and Contravariance (New)The .NET Framework A Map to the .NET FrameworkSummary Part II An In-Depth Look at the IDEChapter 4 Solutions and Projects Understanding Solutions Creating a Solution Working with SolutionsGetting Comfortable with Projects Creating a Project Working with Project Definition Files Working with Projects Summary Chapter 5 Browsers and ExplorersSolution Explorer Visual Cues and Icons Managing Solutions Managing ProjectsClass View Toolbar Search Bar Objects Pane Members PaneServer Explorer Data Connections Server ComponentsObject Browser Changing the Scope Browsing ObjectsDocument Outline Editing Elements Summary Chapter 6 Introducing the Editors and Designers The Basics The Text Editor Visual Studio DesignersCoding with the Code Editor Opening an Editor Writing Code in the Code Editor Anatomy of the Code Editor Window Code Navigation Tools Searching Documents Debugging in the Text Editor Printing Code Using the Code Definition WindowCreating and Editing XML Documents and Schema Inferring Schema Designing XML Schemas Editing XSLT Style SheetsWorking with Cascading Style Sheets Adding Style Rules Defining Style Sheet AttributesDeveloping Windows Client Applications Creating a Windows Forms Project Creating a Windows Presentation Foundation ProjectDeveloping Web Forms Designing a Web Form ApplicationAuthoring WinForms Components and Controls Creating a New Component or Control Further Notes on Writing Component CodeCreating Classes with the Class Designer Creating a Class Diagram Adding Items to the Diagram Defining Relationships Between Classes Defining Methods, Properties, Fields, and EventsSummary Chapter 7 The .NET Community: Interacting Online The Community Features of Visual Studio The Visual Studio Start PageAccessing Help Manage Your Help Settings Using the Visual Studio Documentation MSDN Forums Reporting a Bug and Other Customer Feedback Options Samples Discovering and Consuming Shared Content Examining Shared Content Types Finding the Right Content Installing and Storing Shared ContentParticipating in the Community Starter Kits Versus Templates Creating a Project Template Creating Item Templates Packaging Your Creation for Wider DistributionSummary Part III Writing and Working with CodeChapter 8 Working with Visual Studio's Productivity Aids Basic Aids in the Text Editor Change Tracking Coding Problem Indicators Active Hyperlinking Syntax ColoringOutlining and Navigation Code Outlining Tag NavigationSmart Tags and Smart Tasks HTML Designer Windows Forms Designer Code Editor IntelliSense Complete Word Quick Info List Members Parameter Info Organize Usings Code Snippets and Template Code Brace Matching Customizing IntelliSenseThe Task List Comment Tasks Shortcut Tasks User Tasks Summary Chapter 9 Testing Code Unit Testing Basics Creating a Test Project Generating Tests from Existing Code Writing an Actual Unit Test Running Your Tests Viewing Test Results Configuring Testing Options and SettingsThe Unit Testing Framework The TestContext Class The Test Attribute Classes Unit Test Setup and Tear Down The Assert Classes Testing Your Exceptions Creating Data-Bound Unit TestsWriting ASP.NET Hosted Unit Tests Defining ASP.NET Attributes Generating an ASP.NET Unit Test Configuring Your Test Project HostConfiguring Unit Test Attributes Defining a Connection with the Properties Dialog BoxCreating Ordered TestsOrganizing Your Tests The Test View Window The Test List Editor Summary Chapter 10 Refactoring Code Visual Studio Refactoring Basics Invoking the Refactoring Tools Previewing Changes Renaming Code Accessing the Rename Operation Working with the Rename Dialog BoxExtract Method Accessing the Extract Method Refactor Extracting Methods Generate Method StubExtract Interface Accessing the Extract Interface Refactor Extracting InterfacesRefactor Parameters Remove Parameters Reorder Parameters Encapsulate Field Accessing Encapsulate Field The Encapsulate Field Dialog Box Summary Chapter 11 Debugging CodeDebugging Basics The Scenario The Many Phases of Debugging Debugging the Application (Self-Checking) Debugging Basics Summary The Visual Studio Debugger The Debug Menu and Toolbar Debug Options Stepping In, Out, and Over Code Indicating When to Break into Code Working with Tracepoints (When Hit Option) Viewing Data in the Debugger Using the Edit and Continue Feature Advanced Debugging Scenarios Remote Debugging Debugging WCF Services. Debugging Multithreaded Applications Debugging Parallel Applications Debugging a Client-Side Script Debugging Crash Information (Dump Files)SummaryChapter 12 Deploying CodeAn Overview of Client Deployment Options Introducing ClickOnce Deployments Introducing Windows Installer-Based Deployments Publishing a Project with ClickOnce Publishing a Project with the Windows Installer The File System Editor The Registry Editor The File Types Editor The User Interface Editor The Custom Actions Editor The Launch Conditions EditorPublishing an ASP.NET Website or Application Using the Web Deployment Tool Using the Copy Web Site ToolSummaryPart IV Extending Visual StudioChapter 13 Introducing the Automation Object Model An Overview of the Automation Object Model Object Model Versions Automation Categories The DTE/DTE2 Root ObjectSolution and Project Objects Controlling Projects in a Solution Accessing Code Within a ProjectWindows Referencing Windows Interacting with Windows Text Windows and Window Panes The Tool Window Types Linked WindowsCommand Bars Documents Text DocumentsCommand Objects Executing a Command Mapping Key Bindings Debugger Objects Automation Events Summary Chapter 14 Writing Macros Recording a MacroUsing the Macro ExplorerWriting Macros with the Macro IDE Working with Macro Projects Writing a Macro Debugging Handling Events Invoking MacrosSummary Chapter 15 Writing Add-ins and Wizards Creating Your First Add-in Project Setting Add-in ParametersThe Structure of an Add-in The Life Cycle of an Add-in Reacting to Commands Managing Add-insA Sample Add-in: Color Palette Getting Started Creating the User Control Finishing the Connect Class Exposing Add-in SettingsCreating a Visual Studio Wizard Examining the Wizard Structure Creating an Add New Item Wizard Summary Chapter 16 Extending the Code Editor Using MEF The Extensibility Problem Creating Dynamic ApplicationsMEF Architecture MEF Principles Working with MEFThe Visual Studio Editor and MEF Editor Extension Points Using the Visual Studio SDK Using the Extension Manager Creating Your Own MEF-Based Editor ExtensionSummary Part V Creating Enterprise ApplicationsChapter 17 Creating ASP.NET Applications The Basics of an ASP.NET Website Creating a New Website or Web Application Controlling Project Properties and Options Creating Web PagesDesigning Your User Interface Determining Page Layout and Control Positioning Creating a Common Look and Feel Creating a User-Configurable UIWorking with the ASP.NET Controls An Overview of the ASP.NET Controls The ASP.NET Standard Controls Validation Controls The Login Controls Site Navigation Controls Data Controls User ControlsCreating an ASP.NET MVC Application Understanding ASP.NET MVC Creating an MVC Project Creating Functionality Using ASP.NET MVCSummary Chapter 18 Building Windows Forms Applications The Basics of Form Design Considering the End User Understanding the Role of UI Standards Planning the User Interface Creating a Form The Windows Forms Application Project Type Form Properties and EventsAdding Controls and Components Control Layout and Positioning Using Containers Control Appearance and Behavior Working with ToolStrip Controls Displaying DataCreating Your Own Controls Subclassing an Existing Control Designing a User Control Creating a Custom Control Summary Chapter 19 Creating Richer, Smarter User Interfaces The Windows Presentation Foundation Platform Programming ModelIntroducing the WPF Designer XAML and Design PanesProgramming with WPF Layout Styles and Templates Data Binding Routed EventsBuilding a Simple Image Viewer Application Starting the Layout Storing the Images Binding to the Images Button Event Handlers and Image Effects Path Selection with a Common Dialog BoxSummaryChapter 20 Creating Rich Browser Applications Building Rich, Cross-Browser Interfaces with ASP.NET Ajax The ASP.NET Ajax Controls Creating a Page that Supports Partial Update The ASP.NET Ajax Library/Control ToolkitCreating Unique, Rich Experiences on Windows via the Browser Choosing Between WPF Standalone and WPF XBAP Creating a WPF Browser Application Security Considerations Deploying a WPF Browser ApplicationDelivering Interactive Experiences Across Platforms Getting Started with Silverlight Creating a Silverlight Application Silverlight 4.0Summary Chapter 21 Working with Databases Creating Tables and Relationships Creating a New SQL Server Database Defining Tables Using the Database Diagram DesignerWorking with SQL Statements Writing a Query Creating Views Developing Stored Procedures Creating Triggers Creating User-Defined FunctionsUsing Database Projects Creating a Database Project The Schema View Building and Deploying A Note on Data Tier ApplicationsCreating Database Objects in Managed Code Starting a SQL CLR Project Creating a Stored Procedure in C#Binding Controls to Data An Introduction to Data Binding Auto-Generating Bound Windows Forms Controls Editing Typed DataSets Manually Binding Windows Forms Controls Data Binding in WPF Applications Data Binding with Web ControlsObject Relational Mapping An Overview of LINQ Mapping Using the O/R Designer LINQ Code Working with the Entity Framework Querying Against the Entity Data Model Summary Chapter 22 Service-Oriented Applications Service Fundamentals Why ASP.NET Web Services and WCFASP.NET Web Service Applications The ASP.NET Web Service Project Template Coding an ASP.NET Web Service Consuming an ASP.NET Web Service ASP.NET Web Service Exceptions WCF Service Applications The WCF Project Template Creating a WCF Service Configuring a WCF Service Consuming a WCF Service Hosting and Deploying a WCF ServiceSummary Chapter 23 Embedding Workflow in Your Applications Windows Workflow Fundamentals The Components of a Workflow The Workflow Project Templates The Workflow Designer The Workflow Item Templates The Basics of Creating a WorkflowWorking with the Built-In Workflow Activities Controlling Flow Runtime and Primitives Error Handling Collection Activities Supporting Transactions Managing Messages Creating Flowchart WorkflowsCreating a Workflow Application The Scenario: Travel Request The Application Project Templates Create the Database and Data Access Library Create the Vendor Reservation Service Create the Custom Activity Library Design the Workflow (Travel Request) Creating the Client Application (Request and Approval Forms) Running the Travel Request Workflow Application Summary Chapter 24 Developing Office Business Applications An Overview of Office Extension Features Office Features Visual Studio Office Project Types Creating an Office Add-in Customizing the Ribbon Customizing the Task Pane Creating Outlook Form RegionsCreating an Office Document Extension Hosting Controls Creating an Actions Pane Storing Data in the Data Cache Implementing Your Own Smart Tags Summary Chapter 25 Developing Applications in the Cloud with Windows Azure Azure Fundamentals Azure Platform Benefits Setting Up Your Development Environment Azure Roles The Azure Project Templates Azure Storage Options Hello Cloud Building and Deploying an Azure Application The Scenario Developing the Application Subscribing to the Azure Services (Get an Account) Creating a Storage Account Creating a Hosted Service Account Preparing Your Application for Publishing Publish and Deploy Your Application to the Cloud Promoting to Production Next StepsSummary 9780672330810 TOC 7/8/2010
Responsibility: Mike Snell, Lars Powers.

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