This book answers the question, qDo you need to learn C# or VB .NET to develop in .NET?q You'll learn that the answer is, in fact, qnoqaat least until you're good and ready. With Managed C++ and .NET Development, your hard-earned skills as an established C++ developer or beginner won't be wasted. Microsoft touts .NET as language-neutral, and this book proves it, at least in the area of C++. Managed C++ and .NET Development is truly a .NET book applying C++ as its development languageanot another C++ syntax book that happens to cover .NET. There's no other book out there like this one. It's written for the C++ programmer who wants to write new .NET programs and not just migrate existing ones. To this end, author Stephen R. G. Fraser covers topics such as collections, multithreading, I/O, XML, ADO.NET, GDI+, Windows Forms (using the new GUI design tool introduced in Visual Studio .NET 2003), Web services, and Web Forms, focusing strictly on code development.No Web service magic yet, so the magic must be (and is) this last WebMethod attribute. The We bMethod attribute is the only required element (other than the . asmx file) for a Web service. You must add it to any public methods that you want toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managed C++ and .NET Development|
|Author||:||Stephen R.G. Fraser|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-04-07|