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Visual Basic® .NET Power Coding












By Paul Kimmel

Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : July 07, 2003
ISBN : 0-672-32407-5
Pages : 736




Visual Basic(R) .NET Power Coding is the experienced developer's guide to mastering advanced Visual Basic .NET concepts. Paul Kimmel saves readers time and money by providing thorough explanations of essential topics so you can quickly begin creating robust programs that have fewer bugs. He also demonstrates impotant concepts by using numerous real-world examples that include working code that has been tested against Visual Basic .NET 2003.

After a brief review of language idioms, Kimmel moves to more advanced techniques that help programmers solve their most challenging problems. Central to advanced development and deployment are chapters on security, Web services, ASP.NET programming, COM Interop, and Remoting. This book also covers thin client programming, which offers businesses a real solution to managing deployment and upgrades with Windows Forms using Reflection and HTTP. An appendix walks readers through migrating Visual Basic 6.0 applications to Visual Basic .NET. A companion Web site includes the complete downloadable source code, extensive reusable examples, and updates from the author.

This book can be read cover-to-cover or used as a reference to answer questions faced by experienced VB .NET developers, including:

Chapter 4: What can you do with Reflection technology?

Chapter 6: How can you safely incorporate multithreaded behavior into Visual Basic .NET applications?

Chapter 8: How would you serialize objects and implement Remoting for distributed projects?

Chapter 14: How do you return an ADO.NET DataSet from a Web service?

Chapter 18: What are the best practices for securing Web applications?

Visual Basic(R) .NET Power Coding empowers developers to exploit all the advanced features of Visual Basic .NET.

Copyright
Preface
Introduction
Who Should Read This Book
What's in This Book
Looking Ahead
Acknowledgments
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewers

Part I. Power Language Essentials
Chapter 1. Basic Language Constructs
Introduction
Declaring Variables
Value Types and Reference Types
Defining Structures and Classes
Understanding Object-Oriented Concepts
Intermediate Language
Summary

Chapter 2. Inheritance and Interfaces
Introduction
Inheriting Classes
Inheritance versus Aggregation
Defining Interfaces
Implementing Interfaces
Inheriting Interfaces
Multiple Interface Inheritance
Comparing Abstract Classes to Interfaces
Summary

Chapter 3. Delegates
Introduction
Implementing Event Handlers
Using the WithEvents Statement
Adding and Removing Event Handlers
Declaring Events in Classes, Structures, and Interfaces
What Are Delegates?
Exploring Existing Delegate Types
Delegates for Multithreading
Summary

Chapter 4. Reflection
Introduction
Implicit Late Binding
Discovering Type Information at Runtime
Loading Assemblies
Reviewing the Binder Class
Using the DefaultMemberAttribute
Reflecting Members
Practical Applications of Reflection
Reflecting Custom Attributes
Understanding Reflection and Security
Emitting IL Code at Runtime
Summary

Chapter 5. Attributes
Introduction
Applying Attributes
Using Assembly Attributes
Creating an About Dialog with Assembly Attributes
Creating Custom Attributes
Reflecting Attributes
Emitting Attributes to IL
Emitting Attributes by Using the CodeDom Classes
Attributes and Declarative Security
Summary

Chapter 6. Multithreading
Introduction
Familiar Slight of Hand with the Timer Control
Comparing Synchronous and Asynchronous Behavior
Processing Asynchronously in the .NET Framework
Programming with Threads
Multithreading in Windows Forms
Summary


Part II. Solution Building
Chapter 7. COM Interop
Introduction
Calling COM from .NET Code
Calling .NET Code from COM
Understanding Error Handling in COM Interop
Impoting ActiveX Controls into .NET
Debugging Interoperable Components
Additional Topics
Summary

Chapter 8. Remoting
Introduction
Understanding .NET Remoting
Marshaling Objects by Reference
Marshaling Objects by Value
Writing to the Event Log
Handling Remote Events
Other Remoting Subjects
Summary

Chapter 9. Building Custom Components
Introduction
Implementing a Custom Component
Implementing a Custom Windows Control
Adding a Control to the Toolbox
Implementing a Custom Windows User Control
Examining Control Attributes
Using the UITypeEditor Class
Implementing Type Conversion
Implementing an Extender Provider
Creating a Windows Control Designer
Using Default Properties
Implementing Custom Web Controls and Custom Web User Controls
Summary

Chapter 10. Auto-Updating Smart Clients in .NET
Introduction
Implementing a Hello, World! Thin Client
Configuring Smart Client and Server Precursors
Considering a Generic Application Loader
Creating a Microsoft Installer File to Manage Security Policies
Handling COM Components
Other Ideas
Summary

Chapter 11. ADO.NET Database Programming
Introduction
Fundamentals of ADO.NET
Defining a Database Connection
Filling a DataSet Object with an Adapter
Using the DataReader Class
Using the DataTable and DataView Classes
Defining Database Relationships
Using Command Objects
Generating SQL with a Command Builder
Updating a DataSet
Adding Data to a DataSet
Sorting and Filtering a DataSet
Summary

Chapter 12. Advanced ADO.NET
Introduction
Updating a DataView
Programming with Stored Procedures
Debugging Stored Procedures in Visual Studio .NET
Using Transactions
Creating a Typed DataSet
Serializing a DataSet
Programming with ADO.NET Interfaces
Summary


Part III. Web Programming
Chapter 13. Creating Web Services
Introduction
Finding Web Services
Consuming Existing Web Services
Creating a Web Service Application
Debugging and Testing Web Services
Deploying Web Services
Understanding XML Web Services and Security
Summary

Chapter 14. Advanced Web Services
Introduction
Returning Simple Data from Web Services
Returning Complex Data from a Web Service
Writing Web Services That Use DataSet Objects
Modifying the Proxy Class to Return Fat Objects
Returning a Strongly Typed Collection
Invoking Web Services Asynchronously
Summary

Chapter 15. Building ASP.NET Web Applications
Introduction
Designing the Screen Layout
Creating the Presentation with User Controls
Handling Application-Level Events
Caching Objects
Using Dynamic Interfaces with XML
Securing a Web Application with Forms Authentication
Summary

Chapter 16. Combining ADO.NET and ASP.NET
Introduction
Connecting to a Database
Using the DataView Class
Binding Data to Single-Value Web Controls
Binding Data to Multi-Value Web Controls
Paging and Sorting with DataGrid Controls
Using a DataList Control to Repeat Composite Controls
Converting Bound Columns to Template Columns
Managing Round-Trips to the Server
Summary


Part IV. Debugging and Administration
Chapter 17. Debugging .NET
Introduction
Viewing Debug Windows
Managing Breakpoints
Using Edit and Continue Behavior
Debugging, Asserting, and Tracing
Programming with Trace Listeners
Managing Debug Code with Boolean Switches
Logging Application Events
Using Performance Counters
Using the Process Class
Attaching to a Running Process
Debugging Windows Applications
Debugging Web Applications
Debugging Multi-Language Programs
Additional Topics
Summary

Chapter 18. Code Access Security
Introduction
What Is Code Access Security?
Programming Defensively
Managing Security Policy
Comparing Declarative and Imperative Security
Using Code Access Security Demands
Using Code Access Security Asserts
A Brief Review of Other Security Actions
General Recommendations
Summary

Appendix A. Migrating Visual Basic 6 Applications to Visual Basic .NET
Introduction
Before You Migrate
Visual Basic 6 Features Not Supported in .NET
Migrating Visual Basic 6 Windows Applications
Migrating Visual Basic 6 ASP Web Applications
Summary

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