Explore COM Interoperability, also known as COM Interop. COM Interop is the means to which COM objects can be used in a .NET application and how .NET objects can be built to appear to be COM objects.
Articles Written by Mark Strawmyer
Explore how to build an object in .NET that can log information to a file or the event log.
Retrieving application settings is a pretty common task that falls under the category of another of those tedious and repetitive tasks that programmers have to deal with. Explore a way to eliminate this tedious programming task through a combination of technologies.
In the latest CodeGuru .NET Nuts '& Bolts column, Mark covers encrypting data using the cryptography classes available through the Microsoft .NET Framework.
Remoting is a more efficient means than Web Services for allowing programs to interact. Learn how remoting differs from Web Services and other technologies. More importantly, learn how to implement remoting.
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