Windows PowerShell in Action PowerShell replaces cobbled-together assemblies of third-party management tools with an elegant programming language and a powerful scripting shell for the Windows environment. In the tradition of Manning's ground breaking "In Action" series, this book comes from right from the source. Written by Bruce Payette, one of principal creators... C++/CLI in Action C++ is the language of choice for thousands of applications and millions of lines of code. With C++/CLI, developers can integrate existing C++ code into the .NET platform without rewriting their applications. This book explores the C++/CLI syntax, teaches how to mix native C++ and managed .NET code, and shows how to integrate C++ with Windows...
PHP in Action: Objects, Design, Agility To keep programming productive and enjoyable, state-of-the-art practices and principles are essential. Object-oriented programming and design help manage complexity by keeping components cleanly separated. Unit testing helps prevent endless, exhausting debugging sessions. Refactoring keeps code supple and readable. PHP offers all this-and more.
Programming Windows Server 2003 This book focuses mainly on the new features of Windows Server 2003 and how you
can integrate them into your existing infrastructure. These new changes heavily revolve
around COM+, IIS 6, and web services.
New features have been added to COM+ so that your applications (COM+ components)
are much more stable and secure. Some of...
Ajax in Action
Ajax is a growing new technology at the time of this writing and we’re delighted to bring you the lowdown on it, in the inimitable style of Manning’s In Action series. In doing so, though, we faced an interesting problem. Although Ajax is indisputably hot, it isn’t really new. It isn’t really a technology, either.
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