The Visual C++ 2005 IDE team made two painful cuts in Beta 2 related to the Class Designer and IDE Click Once support. Read up on these significant changes and find out how C++/CLI programmers can still take advantage of ClickOnce to deploy their applications.
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MSBuild is one of the major new features in Visual Studio .NET 2005. Discover the motivation for MSBuild, how it works, and how Visual C++ developers can get their hands on it.
Get a jump on the growing need to create and edit Office documents (mostly Word and Excel documents) programmatically from .NET applications. Dino Esposito demonstrates two approaches.
Any time you develop a Web form or windows form using the Visual Studio .NET designer or use the view state architecture of ASP.NET, you rely on the help of a type converter.
The good news about UML is it provides software developers an industry-standard language to describe problems and solutions. The bad news is it has sparked the same good-versus-bad debates that they fought over C# and Visual Basic .NET.
Learn how to add a connection string to your app.config file in Visual Studio 2005, encrypt that connection string, and introduce a tool for automatically encrypting connection strings for ASP.NET.
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