Sample .Net code free

Sample .Net code free
David Gabel

In a clear attempt to get more developers involved with and familiar with its .Net initiative, Microsoft is making code samples available.

.Net is a business strategy from Microsoft, according to whatis.com,

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that is aimed at a convergence of personal computing with the Web. The goal is to provide individual and business users with a seamlessly interoperable and Web-enabled interface for applications and computing devices and to make computing activities increasingly Web browser-oriented. Many of the details for .Net are not yet fully worked out; however, Microsoft has released information about the strategy in general and various aspects of the platform. The .Net platform will include servers; building-block services, such as Web-based data storage; and device software.

Now there is sample code, available from the Microsoft site. The list of code samples covers a wide range of applications. Developers can download the sample code to see how it might be modified to fit into their own particular situations.

Also available at the site is a link to the VisualStudio.Net page, where those developers who belong to the Microsoft Developer Network can download the VisualStudio.Net beta 2.

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Related Book

.Net Framework Essentials
Author : Hoang Lam and Thuan L. Thai
Publisher : O'Reilly & Associates
Published : June 2001
Summary :
.Net Framework Essentials is an objective, concise, and technical overview of the new Microsoft .Net Framework for developing web applications and services.

This was first published in August 2001

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