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Visual Studio logging privileges, 491 Wireshark, 486 UseItem method, 637, 641 user controls, 760 user interface (UI), 776 828 | Index
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user state, 427 user storage, 436 UseStream method, 430 using directives, 14 UTF-8, UTF-16, 362–370, 399, 444 utility features, .NET Framework, 2 V VALUE keyword, 569 value types, 83, 127, 228 value versus reference, 83 var keyword, 266, 285, 301, 692 variables, 28–35 variance, 257 VB.NET, 3 VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), 689 Vertical Stack panel, 741–743 view models, 771 virtual methods, 112–114, 120 visibility and accessibility modifiers, 67 visual state manager, 766 Visual Studio, Microsoft 2010, 3, 7–9 free Express version, 11 generated code in, 554 handling of libraries, 23, 593–595 New Project dialog box, 11 and references, 591 running client and server copies, 535 and Xaml, 732 void keyword, 18 W Wait method, 641, 658 WaitAll method, 658 WaitUntilReady method, 642 WCF (Windows Communication Foundation), 3, 305 contracts, 482–483 creating a project, 481 Data Services, 546, 584–588 and Entity Framework, 546 hosting a service, 486–493 Test Client and Host, 483–486 writing a client program, 493–501 and XML, 481 weakly controlled deployment, 479 web application projects, 779 Web Forms and ASP.NET adding controls and events, 790–793 adding controls to, 781–784 code-behind files, 780 creating a web application, 779 data binding, 784–787 events, 776 examining the code, 789–790 life cycle, 778 overview, 775 WebClient, 512–515 WebRequest and WebResponse, 516–522 website projects, 779 well-known folders, 383–387 where clauses, 271, 466 Where method, 268, 704 while and do statements, 52–53 whitespace in C# code, 24, 65 in text output, 356–360 Why Software Sucks (Platt), 791 Windows Communication Foundation (see WCF) Windows Forms and ActiveX, 708–710 adding a binding source, 797–799 controls, 800–804 creating the application, 796 data binding, 806–813 docking and anchoring, 805–806 event handling, 811 versus WPF, 795 Windows, .NET and, 6 word wrapping, 743 WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) and Silverlight, 3 control templates, 761–765 controls, 738, 755–761 data binding, 767–769 data templates, 769–773 elements, 738 layout panels, 739–748 overview, 729–731 transforms, 747 versus Windows Forms, 795 visual state manager, 766 and Xaml, 731–737 WrapPanel, 743 wrappers, .NET Framework, 2 Index | 829
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Write method, 421, 723 “write-only code”, 24 WriteAllText methods, 397, 399 WriteLine method, 18, 36, 430, 534 writing data with streams, 421 X Xaml, 731–737 Xaml Browser Application (XBAP), 474 .xap extension, 592, 603 XBAP (Xaml Browser Application), 474 XHTML, 451 XML 1.0 attributes, 456–459 creating documents, 452–455 elements, 450, 455 extensibility, 452 and LINQ, 459–464 overview, 449 search axes, 466 serialization, 467–471, 671 single node search, 465 and where clauses, 466 XHTML, 451 XML Documentation Comments, 26 XML documents, 363 XML literals, 5 Y yield return, 259–264 yielding, 647 Z zero, dividing by, 190 zero, numbering from, 40 zero-day attack, 502 zipping, 288 830 | Index
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About the Authors Ian Griffiths is an independent WPF consultant, developer, speaker and Pluralsight instructor and a widely recognized expert on the subject. He lives in London but can often be found on various developer mailing lists and newsgroups, where a popular sport is to see who can get him to write the longest email in reply to the shortest possible question. Ian maintains a
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