A must-have guide that covers all the new features of Visual Studio
2010 Visual Studio allows you to create and manage programming
projects for the Windows platform, and the new 2010 version has
undergone a major overhaul comprised of significant changes.
Written by an author team of veteran programmers and developers,
this book gets you quickly up to speed on what you can expect from
the newest version of Visual Studio.
Packed with helpful examples, this comprehensive guide explains how
Visual Studio 2010 offers you a unique look at the beginning of the
IDE's evolution: improved code navigation, annotation and
extensibility with the WPF-based shell; better performance and
scalability for native code; and fundamental improvements in
debugging and test-driven development.
- Examines the new features of Visual Studio 2010, which allows you
to create and manage programming projects for the Windows
- Walks you through every facet of the Integrated Development
Environment (IDE), from common tasks and functions to its powerful
- Offers real-world uses for each tool, command, and shortcut of
the IDE so that you can easily apply what you learn as you progress
through the book
- Includes coverage of application platforms that are supported by
Visual Studio 2010, including SharePoint, Windows Azure, RIA
Services, and the ADO.NET Entity Framework
- Features additional code samples in C#, as requested by readers
of previous editions
With this book, you'll explore each aspect of the development
life cycle from a perspective of how Visual Studio 2010 can make
your life easier.
Ausstattung/Bilder: 2010. XLV, 1177 p. w. numerous figs.
Wrox Programmer to Programmer
Best.Nr. des Verlages: 14554865000
Abmessung: 236mm x 195mm x 61mm
Nick Randolph is a Microsoft MVP, owns a mobile specialist development company, Built to Roam, and is an active blogger on the Professional Visual Studio web site (www.professionalvisualstudio.com). David Gardner is the Chief Software Architect at Intilecta Corporation and a regular blogger on the Professional Visual Studio web site (www.professionalvisualstudio.com). Michael Minutillo is a senior .NET developer for Beacon Technology Pty Ltd and currently leads the Perth ALT.NET user group. Chris Anderson is a consultant who specializes in .NET programming.
INTRODUCTION. CHAPTER 1 A Quick Tour. CHAPTER 2 The Solution Explorer, Toolbox, and Properties. CHAPTER 3 Options and Customizations. CHAPTER 4 The Visual Studio Workspace. CHAPTER 5 Find and Replace and Help. CHAPTER 6 Solutions, Projects, and Items. CHAPTER 7 IntelliSense and Bookmarks. CHAPTER 8 Code Snippets and Refactoring. CHAPTER 9 Server Explorer. CHAPTER 10 Modeling with the Class Designer. CHAPTER 11 Unit Testing. CHAPTER 12 Documentation with XML Comments. CHAPTER 13 Code Consistency Tools. CHAPTER 14 Code Generation with T4. CHAPTER 15 Project and Item Templates. CHAPTER 16 Language-Specifi c Features. CHAPTER 17 Windows Forms Applications. CHAPTER 18 Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). CHAPTER 19 Offi ce Business Applications. CHAPTER 20 ASP.NET Web Forms. CHAPTER 21 ASP.NET MVC. CHAPTER 22 Silverlight. CHAPTER 23 Dynamic Data. CHAPTER 24 SharePoint. CHAPTER 25 Windows Azure. CHAPTER 26 Visual Database Tools. CHAPTER 27 DataSets and DataBinding. CHAPTER 28 Language Integrated Queries (LINQ). CHAPTER 29 The ADO.NET Entity Framework. CHAPTER 30 Reporting. CHAPTER 31 Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). CHAPTER 32 Windows Workfl ow Foundation (WF). CHAPTER 33 Client Application Services. CHAPTER 34 Synchronization Services. CHAPTER 35 WCF RIA Services. CHAPTER 36 Confi guration Files. CHAPTER 37 Connection Strings. CHAPTER 38 Resource Files. CHAPTER 39 Using the Debugging Windows. CHAPTER 40 Debugging with Breakpoints. CHAPTER 41 DataTips, Debug Proxies, and Visualizers. CHAPTER 42 Debugging Web Applications. CHAPTER 43 Advanced Debugging Techniques. CHAPTER 44 Upgrading with Visual Studio 2010. CHAPTER 45 Build Customization. CHAPTER 46 Assembly Versioning and Signing. CHAPTER 47 Obfuscation, Application Monitoring, and Management. CHAPTER 48 Packaging and Deployment. CHAPTER 49 Web Application Deployment. CHAPTER 50 The Automation Model. CHAPTER 51 Add-Ins. CHAPTER 52 Macros. CHAPTER 53 Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF). CHAPTER 54 Visual Studio Ultimate for Architects. CHAPTER 55 Visual Studio Ultimate for Developers. CHAPTER 56 Visual Studio Ultimate for Testers. CHAPTER 57 Team Foundation Server. INDEX .