Need to master database programming in C#? Database Programming with C# is your ultimate resource! You will learn to create database details like tables, constraints, projects, stored procedures, views, triggers, and more. You will build on example code from the book's beginning, wrapping up in the final chapter.
This complete text provides in-depth coverage on how to write effective data entry and validation code. Most books deal only with the individual pieces of .NET, such as the controls or how the .NET Framework works. This comprehensive guide brings together all this knowledge and shows readers how to build real programs.
Developers migrating to C# will find this a quick and easy-to-use reference, and new programmers will take home deeper understanding of the concepts necessary to apply C# to real-world programming needs.
The mission of this book is to provide you with a critical understanding of designing classes, making you better equipped to take full advantage of C#'s power to create robust, flexible, reusable classes.
Building XNA 2.0 Games: A Practical Guide for Independent Game Development is an in-depth and exclusive look into the entire XNA game development process and includes the creation of a software game masterpiece.
WebMatrix is the latest addition to the hugely popular Microsoft ASP.NET web platform. This exciting new technology simplifies the process of developing websites by combining the new and powerful Razor syntax with a fully extensible set of data and HTML helpers for performing common web tasks. This book gives you everything you need to get started!
With detailed information on how to develop for the 837 EDI standard - covering mapping, trading partner configuration, AS2, SFTP, data extraction, data routing, and batching - you will find this to be a goldmine of information to aid you in a successful implementation.
With Beginning XML with C# 2008, you'll learn everything you need to know, from the basics of reading and writing XML data to using the DOM, from LINQ and SQL Server integration to SOAP and web services.