Author Stein Borge introduces new features of recent Windows Script Host (WSH) versions. He also discusses file, shell, and network operations using built-in WSH objects. Also included are lesser-known, but still important additions to WSH and registry operations.
This long-awaited title provides a clear introduction to game programming for you, C# programmers! Microsoft insiders have written an easy-to-read guide, so you can start programming games quickly. This book even includes an introduction to Managed DirectX 9, and other advanced .NET features, like animation and sounds.
This highly-anticipated title provides a clear introduction to game programming for VB .NET programmers! Microsoft insiders have written an easy-to-read guide, so you can start programming games quickly. This book even includes an introduction to Managed DirectX9, and other advanced .NET features, like animation and sounds.
Beginning Application Lifecycle Management will show you what application lifecycle management is and why it matters to you as a developer. It will show you how you can gain control of your development efforts in order to more efficiently build your software.
This book explains, demonstrates, and applies techniques that intersect with two great tools of the Information Age. The first toolthe databaseis relatively old. On the other hand, the second tool, the Internet, is still quite young. And when you pair these toolsvoilà! You can create powerful web pages.
Field experts Cristian Darie and Karli Watson will teach you to build e-commerce websites using ASP.NET technology. You will learn to craft a complete online shopping and order processing system, and you'll learn techniques to maintain flexibility in your site's design, so it can grow right along with your business.
An up-to-date and comprehensive introductory ASP.NET book, Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005: From Novice to Professional guides you through Microsoft's latest technology for building dynamic websites. This book will enable you to build dynamic web pages on the fly, and it assumes only the most basic knowledge of C#.