Enterprise Application Development With Visual C++ Net 2005 (Programming)
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:6/1/2006 - Delmar Thomson Learning
By: Max Fomitchev
Enterprise Application Development with Visual C++ .NET 2005 offers coding and development guidance for enterprise application developers using C++, and teaches them how to create enterprise applications using managed C++ and Visual Studio® .NET 2005. The book covers issues often ignored by developers, including C++ development and coding best practices. Some of these practices include class programming, code factoring, source control, memory management, and interdependency and interoperability. There is also special attention given to the new features in Visual C++ .NET 2005 such as IDE enhancements, compiler features, ECMA syntax for managed C++, and C++ language extensions. Database application development, XML Web Service integration, and application deployment with MSI deployment tools integrated in Visual Studio .NET 2005 are also covered in detail. In addition to the short examples presented throughout the book to illustrate particular features of the language, readers will develop two full applications from start to finish. These two applications, a music server responsible for online purchase transaction processing, user registration, and MP3 download access management and a 3D Online Game Server and Web Service, bring all of the lessons in the book together and show the complete development process with Visual C++. After reading through this comprehensive guide, developers and programmers will have all the skills needed to create quality, enterprise-level applications.