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Practical Code Generation in .NET Covering Visual Studio 2005 2008 and 2010-Peter Vogel
Practical Code Generation in .NET Covering Visual Studio 2005 2008 and 2010  
by Peter Vogel (Author)
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Publisher : Pearson
Publish date : 01-Aug-2011
Category : Computer Books New Arrival
Mediatype : Books
Binding : Paperback
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List Price :   Rs. 599
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ISBN : 9780321606785 / Indian ISBN 13: 9788131764121
Pages : 375
Book Summary : Practical Code Generation in .NET Covering Visual Studio 2005 2008 and 2010

Enlist Visual Studio’s Built-in Code Generation Tools to Write Better Software Faster

Automatic code generation can dramatically increase your productivity, improve code quality and maintainability, promote reuse, and help you extend best practices throughout your development organization. .NET and Visual Studio contain many powerful, code-generation tools--and this book shows you how to succeed with all of them. With Practical Code Generation in .NET, spend less time writing monotonous, repetitive code--leaving more time to address troublesome areas!

Microsoft MVP Peter Vogel covers code generation with Visual Studio 2010, 2008, and 2005, as well as all recent versions of .NET, including .NET 4.0. You’ll learn when enlisting code generation makes sense and how to design solutions that build on the skills and resources you already have.

Writing for experienced programmers, Vogel shows how to generate reliable code using procedural code, Visual Studio add-ins, XML, configuration files, and more--including Microsoft’s innovative CodeDOM technology for generating code in multiple languages. He brings everything together in three complete, chapter-length case studies.

Coverage includes

  • Understanding the structure of .NET code-generation solutions and best practices for architecting them
  • Creating Visual Studio add-ins that quickly integrate code generation into day-to-day activities
  • Using objects and methods to add or remove project components
  • Using text insertion to generate code using any tool--even standard string handling functions
  • Working with the specific features of C#, Visual Basic .NET, and ASP.NET
  • Generating more concise code with .NET’s new Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4)
  • Building code-generation solutions with Visual Studio templates, attributes, and custom tools
  • Distributing code-generation solutions

About the Author
Peter Vogel is a Principal in PH & V Information Services, which specializes in .NET development. He has built systems for Exxon, Bayer AG, Volvo, and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and wrote the ASP.NET 1.0, 2.0, 3.5, and 4.0 courses for Learning Tree International. Vogel has been honored as a Microsoft MVP, presents frequently at leading .NET conferences, and is the ASP.NET columnist for Visual Studio magazine. He is author of Visual Basic 6.0 Object and Component Handbook.

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