This book discusses factors and opinions developers should consider in order to create higher quality designs and applications. The author uses one large-scale business application throughout the book as the basis for all examples to clearly illustrate concepts being discussed.
Coverage also includes:
- a variety of aspects about design in the world of .NET;
- explanations of the business and data access layers of application design;
- solutions for problems such as code structure, solid error trapping, and how to build in debugging support;
- discussion of how to design larger projects with more robust systems and reusable components;
- comparison of component solutions to stored procedure solutions.
Table of contents
2. Factors to Consider in Choosing a Solution to a Problem.
4. Adding Debugging Support.
7. Business Rules.
8. Data Access.
9. Error Handling and Concurrency Control.
Appendix A. Suggestions for Further Reading.
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