- Title Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0 C# Edition
- Author(s) Alex Homer
- Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (August 18, 2010)
- Paperback 272 pages
- ebook Online, PDF, 12319 KB
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 073564523X
- ISBN-13: 978-0735645233
Welcome to the era of software reuse! Microsoft Enterprise Library helps accelerate development by providing guidance on reusable components and proven practices. If you build applications that run the Microsoft .NET Framework, whether they are enterprise-level business applications or relatively modest Windows® Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), or ASP.NET applications, you Can benefit from using Enterprise Library. This guide helps you quickly understand what Enterprise Library can do for you, provides examples, and makes it easy for you to start experimenting with Enterprise Library. Enterprise Library is composed of a series of application blocks, each intended to manage specific cross-cutting concerns.
The guide will walk you through the most common usage scenarios for each functional application block, including:
- Improving performance by using a local in-memory or isolated storage cache.
- Calling stored procedures in your database and handling the results returned as a sequence of objects for client side queries.
- Incorporating cryptography mechanisms to protect your data.
- Designing and implementing a consistent strategy for managing exceptions that occur across the different architectural layers of your application.
- Implementing system logging through a wide variety of out-of-the-box logging sync or your custom provider.
- Structured and easy to maintain validation using a set of attributes and rules.
About the Author
Alex Homer, well-known author of many ASP.NET titles for Wrox press and others.
Nicolas Botto is a software engineer and development consultant based in Argentina. He has more than 10 years of experience in helping enterprise customers building scalable component frameworks and based on the .NET Framework since 2001. He currently spends much of his time working for Microsoft Corp helping the patterns & practices group in building useful stuff like tools, guidelines, and application blocks for the worldwide community of developers.
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