Beginning Windows 8 Application Development – XAML Edition
Beginning Windows 8 Application Development – XAML Edition introduces you to the Windows 8 modern app design paradigm and the new Windows 8 programming model developed around this paradigm. You'll learn to build rich, immersive applications designed to run on the many devices that will be powered by Windows 8....
Integrating J2EE and Microsoft .NET Learn to integrate .NET and J2EE technologies to create cross-platform applications. This book also contains practical solutions for integration between the J2EE and .NET components in the Presentation tier and Business tier.
J2EE is a platform used for developing enterprise applications. Integrating J2EE with Microsoft...
SignalR Real-time Application Cookbook
Use SignalR to create real-time, bidirectional, and asynchronous applications based on standard web technologies
Build high performance real-time web applications.
Broadcast messages from the server to many clients simultaneously.
Implement complex and reactive...
Getting Started with Backbone Marionette
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Create scalable and highly interactive web applications using one of the best frameworks for Backbone.js
Learn about controllers, views, modules, events, commands, and regions...
Advanced .NET Remoting, Second Edition
With the arrival of .NET remoting, any programmer who wants to work with distributed objects can benefit from Advanced .NET Remoting, a solid tour of basic and expert techniques for working with distributed code on Microsoft's newest platform.
This title's concise, code-centered approach, backed up by judicious...
.NET Multithreading With an understanding of the .NET framework, stable and robust multithreaded applications can be developed with minimal effort. Covering the topics related to multithreaded development, this book not only focuses on how a task is performed but also on the more important question of why these tasks are performed. The strengths and weaknesses of each...
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