Editura Universitara Windows Applications Programming

Publisher: Editura Universitara

Author: Liviu-Adrian Cotfas

ISBN: 978-606-28-1295-9

DOI: 10.5682/9786062812959

Publisher year: 2021

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Pages: 152

Product Code: 9786062812959 Do you need help? 0745 200 718 / 0745 200 357
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The book serves as lecture support for the Windows Applications Programming course taught at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. It can also be a relevant reference for software developers focusing on developing Windows applications and for any other person interested to gain further insights into building Windows Forms applications.

The code associated to the examples in this book is available on GitHub in the repository https://github.com/liviucotfas/ase-windows-applications-programming .​​​​​​​
LIVIU-ADRIAN COTFAS

Preface / 9
1. C# & .NET Framework Basics / 11
1.1. Objectives / 11
1.2. Introduction / 11
1.3. Comparison with C++ / 13
1.4. First C# Program / 14
1.5. Reading and Writing using System.Console / 15
1.6. Specifying an Application Error Code / 16
1.7. Processing Command-Line Arguments / 16
2.  Data Types / 19
2.1. Objectives / 19
2.2. Data Types / 19
2.3. System.Object / 23
2.4. Working with Strings / 23
2.5. Arrays / 26
2.6. Multidimensional Arrays / 28
3. Creating Types / 31
3.1. Objectives / 31
3.2. Enums / 31
3.3. Structures / 32
3.4. Classes / 33
3.5.  Standard Interfaces / 37
3.6. Operators / 42
3.7. Class Inheritance / 44
4. Collections / 51
4.1. Objectives / 51
4.2. ArrayList / 51
4.3. List / 52
4.4. Custom Collections / 54
5. Windows Forms – Introduction, Menus, Events / 59
5.1. Objectives / 59
5.2. Forms and Partial Classes / 59
5.3. Menus / 61
5.4 Mouse Events / 62
5.5. Keyboard Events / 63
6. Windows Forms – Validation, Exceptions, ListView, TreeView / 65
6.1. Objectives / 65
6.2. Data Validation / 65
6.3. ListView / 67
6.4. TreeView / 71
6.5. Exception Handling / 72
6.6. Standard Exceptions / 74
7. Windows Forms – Serialization, Text Files / 77
7.1. Objectives / 77
7.2. Serialization/Deserialization / 77
7.3. Binary Serialization / 78
7.4. XML Serialization / 80
7.5. TextFiles / 81
8.  Windows Forms – Dialogs / 83
8.1. Objectives / 83
8.2. MessageBox and DialogResult / 83
8.3. Secondary Dialog / 85
9. Windows Forms – DataBinding and Unit Testing / 91
9.1. Objectives / 91
9.2. DataBinding / 91
9.3. Unit Testing / 97
10. Windows Forms – Databases / 99
10.1. Objectives / 99
10.2. Databases / 99
10.3. Creating the database / 103
10.4. Connected Data Access Architecture / 103
10.5. Disconnected Data Access Architecture / 113
11. Windows Forms – Custom Controls, Drawing / 119
11.1. Objectives / 119
11.2. Extended Controls / 119
11.3. Composite Controls / 120
11.4. Custom Controls + Drawing / 122
12. Windows Forms – Printing / 131
12.1. Objectives / 131
12.2. Printing / 131
13. Windows Forms – Drag and Drop / 141
13.1. Objectives / 141
13.2. Drag and Drop / 141
Bibliography / 145
Annex 1 - List of Figures / 149
Annex 2 - List of Tables / 151

The book serves as lecture support for the Windows Applications Programming course taught at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. It can also be a relevant reference for software developers focusing on developing Windows applications and for any other person interested to gain further insights into building Windows Forms applications.

The code associated to the examples in this book is available on GitHub in the repository https://github.com/liviucotfas/ase-windows-applications-programming .​​​​​​​

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