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Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Tutorial


The Microsoft .NET Framework has quickly become one of the most popular development platforms in the world. Application development continues to evolve at a faster pace as the Internet becomes more and more a part of our business and personal lives. With the release of version 2.0 and 3.0, developers have many more tools and functionalities available to provide the kinds of services consumers need. In this overview author, Mark Long provides an introduction into the latest versions of the Microsoft .NET Framework. To begin learning simply click the links.

Welcome

Welcome
Course Objectives
History of .NET Framework
Course Disclaimers

Intro To .NET

.NET Framework Basics
.NET Technologies Overview
.NET vs Java
How .NET Works
.NET Clients
.NET Language Options
.NET Breaking Changes
XML

The Common Language Runtime

CLR Overview
Common Type System
Value & Reference Types
Garbage Collection
MSIL
MSIL Example
Metadata
Assemblies
Securing Assemblies
Global Assembly Cache

.NET Miscellaneous

Getting The .NET Framework
Framework Tools
Visual Studio
.NET Resources

.NET Framework Class Library

Library Basics
Namespace Example Pt.1
Namespace Example Pt.2
Commonly Used Namespaces
Other Namespaces

Programming With .NET

Code Organization
Classes
Structures
Partial Classes
Interfaces
COM

ASP.NET

Introduction
ASP.NET Overview
Code Behind Pages

ADO.NET

Introduction
.NET Data Providers
ADO.NET Objects

Reflection

Reflection
Reflection Example

Threading

Introduction
Thread Example

Web Services

Introduction
Web Service Example

Sending Mail Messages

System.Net.Mail
Sending Mail Part 1
Sending Mail Part 2

Event Logs

Working With Event Logs
Event Log Example Pt.1
Event Log Example Pt.2

My Namespace

The Power Of My
My Examples

.NET 3.0

.NET Framework 3.0 Pt.1
.NET Framework 3.0 Pt.2
Visual Studio 2008

Course Wrap-Up

Course Wrap-Up

Credits

About The Author


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