Microsoft's vision for the future, .NET, is a step forward in the evolution of programming that integrates proven and established technologies with the latest innovations. It represents the move towards service based software and web services, enabled by language interoperability and the integration of the open standards XML and SOAP. Understanding in depth the constituent parts of Microsoft's .NET framework - the Common Language Runtime, the engine which drives the core functionality of .NET; the .NET Framework base classes; and the ASP.NET and Windows application services which utilize those classes across multiple languages - will be vital. -- Drills down into subjects introduced in the preview book Introducing .NET -- Pulls all aspects of the framework together into a single resource, supported by practical case studies -- core to the .NET treeNET Making sure that your class has the [ComVisible (true) ] attribute, open up the Project I Properties configuration page. Check the ... You can use the TlbExp and RegAsm tools to register your strong-named DLL in the registry as if it wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Professional .NET framework|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2001|