Visual Basic Internet Programming

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Visual Basic Internet Programming 1 of 14 11/22/2006 8:57 AM Home - What's New - Tools&Technologies - Resources - Books - Forum Last Modified: October-21-2002 [Advertisement] [Search] Go [Search other VB sites] Go [Advertisement] Multicast Sockets Sample Chapter from Professional .NET Network Programming In this chapter, we will create two Windows applications using multicasting features. With one application it will be possible to chat with multiple systems, where everyone is both a sender and a receiver. The second application – in the form of a picture show – demonstrates how large data packets can be sent to multiple clients without using a large percentage of the network bandwidth. In particular, we will: Compare unicasts, broadcasts, and multicasts Examine the architecture of multicasting Implement multicast sockets with .NET Create a multicast chat application Create a multicast picture show application (Sample chapter. Published: October 21, 2002) ADO.NET and XML Sample Chapter from Beginning Visual Basic .NET Databases In this chapter, we're going to be introducing the concept of Extensible Markup Language, or XML. For a while now, XML has been touted as an important technology for the storage and exchange of data and, with the advent of .NET, powerful XML functionality can be available to our application with minimal work. In this chapter, we'll be looking at the essential nature of XML and see a few of the basic tools that are provided by .NET and ADO.NET for the creation and manipulation of XML data. (Sample chapter. Published: September 25, 2002) Tutorial 6: Setting data transfer options Using the FtpClient source code library tutorials In this tutorial you will learn how to define the method of the data connection establishment and how to specify the data transfer type. For each of these options the CFtpClient class provides separate properties: PassiveMode and TransferMode respectively. (Tutorial and Source Code. Published: September 23, 2002) Advanced .NET Security Sample Chapter from Visual Basic .NET Code Security Handbook When security vulnerabilities are discovered in your products or systems it is not only Ads by Google Replace Red Hat Easy, Open, Ready For The Long Haul Cost Effective. Get Info Advertise on this site
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Visual Basic Internet Programming 2 of 14 11/22/2006 8:57 AM [Newsletter] Sub n m l k j i HTML n m l k j Text [Partners] embarrassing but also potentially costly to you and or your customers. .NET offers the potential to reduce greatly the number and severity of security vulnerabilities but there are still many pitfalls; this book can help you avoid them. This book provides a detailed look at the .NET frameworks code access security system. It describes how this system works and how to use it to prevent people abusing your applications. You'll get far more from this book though, it also shows the common mistakes even experienced programmers make and then shows you how to spot them in your own
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