Delphi for .NET Developer's Guide

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Sams, 2004 - Computers - 861 pages
Borland Delphi will embrace and generate programs for Microsoft's .NET Framework. Until now, this was a technology not available to Delphi developers using Borland's tools. This book will bridge that gap by providing the expert knowledge of both Delphi and. NET with the same, practicable and real-world solutions approach used in previous Delphi Developer's Guides. Delphi for .NET Developer's Guide is a new edition of the #1 Delphi book by authors Xavier Pacheco and Steve Teixeira. Steve and Xavier are of the winners of the Delphi Informant Reader's Choice Award for their three previous editions of the book. This newest edition is completely updated for Delphi using the .NET Framework and includes in-depth coverage on Borland's new CLX architecture, DBExpress Applications, SOAP, CORBA, WebSnap and BizSnap features. It continues as a complete reference and authoritative guide to the newest version of Delphi. Additional topics covered include:The .NET Framework; Programs, Units, and Namespaces;.NET Security Custom WinForms Controls; Memory Management and Garbage Collection; COM and COM+ Interoperability; ADO.NET, ASP.

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Introduction to NET
Overview of the NET Framework

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Xavier Pacheco is the president of Xapware Technologies Inc., which he founded in January 1988. Xavier and the Xapware team help companies succeed at developing software through Xapware's product, Active! Focus, a team-based software development management suite. Xavier has over 16 years of professional experience in developing software solutions such as distributed systems, application architectures, and process and design methodologies. Xavier is an internationally recognized developer, author, consultant, and trainer. He has written several books on Delphi, frequently writes articles, and gives presentations at industry conferences. Xavier and his family reside in Colorado Springs, CO.

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