Programming .NET

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For over ten years, Microsoft’s .NET Framework has been the platform to develop for if you want to target Windows or Windows-based technologies. Getting started with the .NET Framework can be a daunting task, as the .NET Framework class library is pretty darn big. But, thankfully, there are a core set of classes that you can use in any Windows or Web app. In this course, we’ll take a look at these classes and how we can use them in our code.

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Introduction

02:57

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 02:57

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1.1
Introduction
02:57

2.The System Namespace
4 lessons, 53:32

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2.1
Primitive Data Types
09:34

2.2
DateTime and TimeSpan
22:46

2.3
Nullable
06:40

2.4
The Uri Class
14:32

3.The System.Collections.Generic Namespace
4 lessons, 1:00:37

3.1
Array
15:58

3.2
List
19:26

3.3
Dictionaries
13:48

3.4
HashSet
11:25

4.The System.IO Namespace
4 lessons, 1:13:27

4.1
The Directory and DirectoryInfo Classes
24:09

4.2
The File and FileInfo Classes
21:31

4.3
Reading and Writing Text Files
19:23

4.4
Reading and Writing Binary Files
08:24

5.The System.Net Namespace
2 lessons, 26:38

5.1
The HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse Classes
14:35

5.2
The WebClient Class
12:03

6.The System.Data Namespace (and its children)
5 lessons, 2:13:59

6.1
ADO.NET Part 1
39:26

6.2
ADO.NET Part 2
30:44

6.3
Linq to SQL
29:54

6.4
Entity Framework
14:47

6.5
Dapper Dot Net
19:08


Preview for Programming .NET
Lessons:
20
Length:
5.9 hours
I started my development career on the client-side writing JavaScript and DHTML components in my spare time. In 2005, Nicholas C. Zakas asked me to join him in writing the first edition of Professional Ajax for Wiley Publishing. Since Professional Ajax, 1st Edition, I've been blessed to take part in other book projects: Professional Ajax 2nd Edition, and Beginning JavaScript 3rd and 4th editions.
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