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Introducing .Net 4.5

Author : Alex Mackey, William Tulloch, Mahesh Krishnan
Price INR : ₹.499.00
ISBN 13 : 9788132210733
Pages : 408
Type : Paperback
₹.499.00

Introducing .Net 4.5

Details

Introducing .NET 4.5 is designed to provide you with just that roadmap. It serves as a no-nonsense primer that will help experienced .NET developers understand the impact of the new framework and the technologies that co-exist with it. This book will keep you updated on the changes and help you to seize new opportunities confidently and quickly. 

 

1.         Introduction to .NET 4.5

2.         Visual Studio 2012 IDE

3.         CLR and BCL

4.         MEF

5.         C# 4.5

6.         ASP.NET 4.5

7.         ASP.NET MVC 4

8.         WCF and Web API

9.         Data

10.      Azure

11.      Workflow

12.      WPF

13.      Silverlight 5

14.      Windows 8 apps

The book is aimed at existing .NET developers who will be trying to come to grips with .NET 4.5 and Windows 8, which will be changing the way they need to think about creating applications

Alex Mackey is an experienced web consultant with over 12 years’ experience in web development. He wrote the predecessor to this book, Introducing .NET 4.0: With Visual Studio 2010 (Apress), and is a Microsoft MVP—Internet Explorer: Development.

 

William Tulloch. Originally an art school graduate, William has been professionally involved in software development for over 19 years and is currently working as a senior consultant for Readify

 

Mahesh Krishnan is fortunate enough to be paid for what he loves doing most—creating software. He has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, having worked in India, the UK, the United States, and Australia on a number of projects ranging from shrink-wrapped products to large corporate applications. He currently works as a principal consultant at Readify, a company that specializes in consulting and training in Microsoft technologies. Prior to this, he was the technical director of The Thin Blue Line at Victoria Police, where he was responsible for delivering a number of key projects.