Carl Ganz's Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications: Data-Driven Programming PDF

By Carl Ganz

With the .NET 4.0 good points out already, its vital that the hot positive factors within the 4.0 model of software improvement with .NET like customized code turbines, mirrored image, dynamic winforms, runtime code compliation, and new dynamic positive aspects in WinForms andf ASP.NET.

The writer is going via the entire information within the diverse applied sciences and indicates a few nice examples and explains them in non-technical termonology so in case your a newbie you will comprehend. The examples are newbie to intermediate point and use a few real-life situations that you're absolute to use on your every person development.

A fast examine desk of contents:

1.What is Dynamic Programming?
3.Run-time Code Compilation
4.Dynamic WinForms Applications
5.Dynamic ASP.NET Applications
6.Dynamic WPF Applications
8.Building a Database layout for Dynamic Development

This is a smart significant other ebook for anyone trying to see all of the new beneficial properties within the most recent model of .NET and may turn into an enormous asset in your technical library.

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At this point, you can retrieve a Type object from this object instance; through this Type object, you can drill down into the class, as you see later in this chapter. CreateInstance(oType); The Activator class allows you to instantiate objects at runtime through its CreateInstance() method. Under normal circumstances, you strongly type an object reference as Invoice like this: Invoice oInvoice = new Invoice(); But because you’re building a data-driven application, you don’t know the name of this object at compile time.

Add(iCustomerID, "12345"); needs to be wrapped in a series of nested objects, thereby increasing the complexity of the output line. The only difference between the generated code for this statement and most of the other supported languages is the addition of a semicolon at the end for C# and C++ support. Can’t you use a CodeSnippetExpression object to output the entire line and then add a semicolon at the end if it’s C#? The simple answer is yes, you can certainly do that, in this particular case.

24 CHAPTER 1 ■ INTRODUCING DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMMING Listin g 1-21. Add(iCustomerID, "12345"); } Obviously, this example is incomplete; this is necessary to keep it simple enough to show the features of the CodeDOM without exponentially increasing the amount of code. The AddMethod() method shown in Listing 1-22 shows how to output this code. Listin g 1-22. Add(oCodeVariableDeclarationStatement); //Generate code to add values to a collection. Add(oCodeMemberMethod); } The CodeMemberMethod object encapsulates a method.

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