Professional C# 4.0 and .NET 4

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  • 1536 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Start using the new features of C# 4 and .NET 4 right away

The new C# 4 language version is indispensable for writing code in Visual Studio 2010. This essential guide emphasizes that C# is the language of choice for your .NET 4 applications. The unparalleled author team of experts begins with a refresher of C# basics and quickly moves on to provide detailed coverage of all the recently added language and Framework features so that you can start writing Windows applications and ASP.NET web applications immediately.

  • Reviews the .NET architecture, objects, generics, inheritance, arrays, operators, casts, delegates, events, Lambda expressions, and more

  • Details integration with dynamic objects in C#, named and optional parameters, COM–specific interop features, and type–safe variance

  • Provides coverage of new features of .NET 4, Workflow Foundation 4, ADO.NET Data Services, MEF, the Parallel Task Library, and PLINQ

  • Has deep coverage of great technologies including LINQ, WCF, WPF, flow and fixed documents, and Silverlight

  • Reviews ASP.NET programming and goes into new features such as ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Dynamic Data

  • Discusses communication with WCF, MSMQ, peer–to–peer, and syndication

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INTRODUCTION LI

PART I: THE C# LANGUAGE

CHAPTER 1: .NET ARCHITECTURE 3

CHAPTER 2: CORE C# 23

CHAPTER 3: OBJECTS AND TYPES 65

CHAPTER 4: INHERITANCE 89

CHAPTER 5: GENERICS 107

CHAPTER 6: ARRAYS AND TUPLES 129

CHAPTER 7: OPERATORS AND CASTS 151

CHAPTER 8: DELEGATES, LAMBDAS, AND EVENTS 183

CHAPTER 9: STRINGS AND REGULAR EXPRESSIONS 207

CHAPTER 10: COLLECTIONS 225

CHAPTER 11: LANGUAGE INTEGRATED QUERY 267

CHAPTER 12: DYNAMIC LANGUAGE EXTENSIONS 295

CHAPTER 13: MEMORY MANAGEMENT AND POINTERS 307

CHAPTER 14: REFLECTION 333

CHAPTER 15: ERRORS AND EXCEPTIONS 351

PART II: VISUAL STUDIO

CHAPTER 16: VISUAL STUDIO 2010 373

CHAPTER 17: DEPLOYMENT 407

PART III: FOUNDATION

CHAPTER 18: ASSEMBLIES 431

CHAPTER 19: INSTRUMENTATION 461

CHAPTER 20: THREADS, TASKS, AND SYNCHRONIZATION 491

CHAPTER 21: SECURITY 545

CHAPTER 22: LOCALIZATION 569

CHAPTER 23: SYSTEM.TRANSACTIONS 605

CHAPTER 24: NETWORKING 637

CHAPTER 25: WINDOWS SERVICES 667

CHAPTER 26: INTEROP 695

CHAPTER 27: CORE XAML 727

CHAPTER 28: MANAGED EXTENSIBILITY FRAMEWORK 747

CHAPTER 29: MANIPULATING FILES AND THE REGISTRY 771

PART IV: DATA

CHAPTER 30: CORE ADO.NET 817

CHAPTER 31: ADO.NET ENTITY FRAMEWORK 861

CHAPTER 32: DATA SERVICES 885

CHAPTER 33: MANIPULATING XML 903

CHAPTER 34: .NET PROGRAMMING WITH SQL SERVER 955

PART V: PRESENTATION

CHAPTER 35: CORE WPF 983

CHAPTER 36: BUSINESS APPLICATIONS WITH WPF 1035

CHAPTER 37: CREATING DOCUMENTS WITH WPF 1075

CHAPTER 38: SILVERLIGHT 1095

CHAPTER 39: WINDOWS FORMS 1117

CHAPTER 40: CORE ASP.NET 1149

CHAPTER 41: ASP.NET FEATURES 1185

CHAPTER 42: ASP.NET DYNAMIC DATA AND MVC 1243

CHAPTER 43: WINDOWS COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION 1279

CHAPTER 44: WINDOWS WORKFLOW FOUNDATION 4 1309

CHAPTER 45: PEER–TO–PEER NETWORKING 1339

CHAPTER 46: MESSAGE QUEUING 1357

CHAPTER 47: SYNDICATION 1387

APPENDIX: GUIDELINES FOR WINDOWS 7 AND WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2 1397

INDEX 1417

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Christian Nagel is a Microsoft Regional Director, software architect, and author of many .NET books. He founded CN innovation and is an associate of thinktecture.

Bill Evjen is Global Head of Platform Architecture for Thomson Reuters, Lipper. He is also a Microsoft Regional Director and the founder of INETA.

Jay Glynn is the Principle Architect at PureSafety, a leading provider of results–driven software and information solutions for workforce safety and health.

Karli Watson is a freelance author and a consultant for Infusion Development.

Morgan Skinner works in premier support for developers at Microsoft.

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