Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 support binding to traditional data sources and custom objects based on the capabilities of the CodeDOM, typed DataSets, and changes to Forms designers.
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When using .NET and C#, IP Address information is stored in the System.Net.IPAddress class, which provides no method for comparing IP addresses except for equality. Learn to circumvent that problem.
Learn all about the new managed classes that enable C# and VB .NET Compact Framework developers to quickly gain access to Pocket Outlook data and modify it (if necessary) without additional products.
Until the .NET Framework controls are thread safe, you will have to use Control.Invoke and delegates to marshal data from background worker threads to the Windows Form thread.
Microsoft announced so many new tools and technologies at its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2005 that our "man on the scene" needed a second article to cover it all. Find out what else Redmond has planned for .NET developers.
Explore dynamic code compilation with a demonstration that creates new assemblies on the fly and compiles them in memory. This functionality has a number of potential uses and benefits.
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Learn how to extract associated icons from files and display them in your programs.
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