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This book will take an investigative look at new and important features that have been added to Vis ual St udio and .NET 4.0. A balance of about 30% existing "key features" will be discussed with the remainder of the book being focused on the new items in VS 2010 and .NET 4.0. The book will be divided into six distinct parts if you will; Vis ual St udio 2010, .NET 4.0, ASP.NET, C# Language, VB.NET Language, and the new F# language. This will allow the book to be easily navigated by users looking to quickly identify and isolate key content elements that are of benefit to them.Concepts will be introduced in a practical manner, with full illustrations and examples of how and why these elements are helpful. Consideration will be placed on sometimes "hidden" features of previous versions for the 30% existing items, to provide true value for even experienced readers.Some of the topics covered include: VS 2010 UI: XAML editor changes, test driven development, MEF, Ribbon, movable widgets Visual Studio Snippets and templates .NET Framework and WPF, WCF, workflow, LINQ, Entity Framework .NET Charting Components ASP.NET: Charting Controls, Dynamic Data, MVC, Ajax improvements, jQuery Visual Basic 10: multi-line lambdas, auto-implemented properties, nullable optional parameters, and more C# 4: Dynamic Lookup, COM interop enhancements, and more F#
István Novák is a Microsoft MVP in Visual C# and an associate of Grepton, a Hungarian IT services company.
András Velvárt is a Silverlight MVP, regular speaker at conferences, and the owner of Response Ltd., a consulting and WPF/Silverlight development company in Hungary.
Adam Granicz is the CEO of IntelliFactory, a leading provider of F# training, development, and consulting services. He is the coauthor of two F# books and a regular speaker at conferences.
Table of Contents
PART I: VISUAL STUDIO.
CHAPTER 1: HISTORY OF VISUAL STUDIO.
CHAPTER 2: VISUAL STUDIO UI ENHANCEMENTS.
CHAPTER 3: VISUAL STUDIO CODE SNIPPETS.
CHAPTER 4: VISUAL STUDIO TEMPLATES.
CHAPTER 5: GETTING THE MOST OUT OF THE IDE.
CHAPTER 6: VISUAL STUDIO EXTENSIBILITY.
PART II: .NET 4.
CHAPTER 7: .NET FRAMEWORK VERSION HISTORY.
CHAPTER 8: MODERN UI FRAMEWORKS (WPF AND SILVERLIGHT).
CHAPTER 9: WINDOWS COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION (WCF).
CHAPTER 10: ENHANCEMENTS TO THE .NET CORE FRAMEWORK.
CHAPTER 11: ENHANCEMENTS TO THE .NET WORKFLOW FRAMEWORK.
CHAPTER 12: ENHANCEMENTS TO THE .NET DATA FRAMEWORK.
CHAPTER 13: ENHANCEMENTS TO THE .NET COMMUNICATION FRAMEWORK.
CHAPTER 14: .NET CHARTING COMPONENTS.
PART III: ASP.NET 4.0.
CHAPTER 15: ASP.NET VERSION HISTORY.
CHAPTER 16: ASP.NET CHARTING CONTROLS.
CHAPTER 17: ASP.NET DYNAMIC DATA.
CHAPTER 18: ASP.NET MODEL VIEW CONTROLLER (MVC).
CHAPTER 19: ASP.NET AJAX IMPROVEMENTS.
CHAPTER 20: ASP.NET AJAX CONTROL TOOLKIT AND JQUERY.
PART IV: VB.NET
CHAPTER 21: HISTORY OF VISUAL BASIC.
CHAPTER 22: VISUAL BASIC 10.0 LANGUAGE IMPROVEMENTS.
PART V: C#
CHAPTER 23: HISTORY OF C#.
CHAPTER 24: C# 4.0 LANGUAGE IMPROVEMENTS.
PART VI: F#
CHAPTER 25: VISUAL F# AND THE OTHER .NET LANGUAGES.