Migrating to .NET: A Pragmatic Path to Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++ .NET, and ASP.NET, 1st edition
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- Find out how to migrate your legacy software to the powerful Microsoft .NET framework
- Provides for a complete, efficient, and elegant migrationwith no surprises
- Covers the technologies you need: Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Active Server Pages
Move to .NETand bring your legacy apps along!
Microsoft's .NET Web services platform offers a wide range of exciting new programming opportunities. The new methods found in .NET also mean you'll be in for a lot of aggravation and wasted timeunless you have a proven migration plan in place for your legacy applications. In Migrating to .NET, subject experts Dhananjay Katre, Prashant Halari, Narayana Rao Surapaneni, Manu Gupta, and Meghana Deshpande guide you every step of the way, from planning to migration to follow-through.
- Migrate legacy Visual Basic, Visual C++, and ASP applications to .NET
- Draws on the real-world experience of .NET migration experts
- Rich with code examples and case studies
- Covers component migration and interoperability issues
Part of the integrated .NET series from Object Innovations and Prentice Hall PTR.
Table of contents
About this Series.
1. Microsoft .NET Framework.
2. New Features in Visual Basic .NET.
3. Visual Basic to Visual Basic .NET: Migration Approach.
4. Post-migration Changes.
5. Migration Approach for ASP to ASP.NET.
6. Migrating to ASP.NET I.
7. Migrating to ASP.NET II.
8. New Features in Visual C++ .NET.
9. Migrating to Visual C++ .NET.
10. Dealing with Legacy Components in .NET.
11. Exposing Legacy Components as Web Services.
12. Visual Basic .NET Migration Case Study.
13. Case Study: ASP to ASP.NET.
14. Visual C++ .NET Migration Case Study.
Appendix A. Controls in Visual Basic.
Appendix B. Comparison between HTML Controls and Server Controls.
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