API Design for C++
Writing large applications in C++ is a complex and tricky business. However, designing reusable C++
interfaces that are robust, stable, easy to use, and durable is even more difficult. The best way to succeed
in this endeavor is to adhere to the tenets of good Application Programming Interface (API)
An API presents a...
Windows Presentation Foundation 4.5 Cookbook
Windows Presentation Foundation has been in release since late 2006,
as a part of the then .NET 3.0 Framework, also preinstalled on Windows Vista at the time.
It promised to change the way rich client applications are written, and eventually replace
the old, Win32-based Windows Forms.
WPF gained traction slowly...
Inside Ole (Microsoft Programming Series) In writing this book, I assumed that readers are familiar with the Windows API (primarily the Win32 API) because OLE itself, unlike Win32, is not a technology for writing a complete application (although you could build one out of OLE components). I don't describe how to use Windows API functions, nor do I describe any of the intricate details of...
Windows 2000 API SuperBible
Following in the tradition of the Win 95 and Win32 NT SuperBibles, this book is a comprehensive reference for all of the APIs needed by the Windows programmer. It is arranged topically with related functions presented in the same chapter. Using relevant examples that are complete and appropriate to the task at hand, the user will be able to...
Windows NT Win32 API SuperBible (Other Sams) Windows NT Win32 API SuperBible is the perfect resource for programmers who want comprehensive, updated coverage of all Win32 APIs, as well as detailed information specific to the newest Windows NT functions. This book lets you look up the specific Win32 API call you need, when you need it. Concise descriptions detail what you need to know about... Writing Secure Code, Second Edition
If you design applications, or if you build, test, or document solutions, you need this book. If your applications are Web-based or Win32-based, you need this book. Finally, if you are currently learning or building Microsoft .NET Framework–based applications, you need this book. In short, if you are involved in building...
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