Remoting with C# and .NET: Remote Objects for Distributed Applications (Gearhead Press--In the Trenches)
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DAVID CONGER is a contract author/ software engineer and has been programming professionally for twenty years. Formerly a professor at Albuquerque Technical-Vocational Institute, he has developed software for military aircraft, games, small businesses, and interactive TV. He has also written books on topics such as the fundamentals of microcomputers and programming in C, C++, and C#.
PART ONE. AN OVERVIEW OF .NET REMOTING.
Chapter 1. Remoting, C#, and the .NET Framework.
Chapter 2. Remote Objects and Remoting.
PART TWO. .NET REMOTING IN ACTION.
Chapter 3. Building Applications that Use Remote Objects.
Chapter 4. Using Remote Objects.
Chapter 5. Remoting, XML, and SOAP.
Chapter 6. Providing Remote Objects for Clients.
Chapter 7. Remote Object Lifetimes and Leases.
Chapter 8. Configuring Distributed Applications.
Chapter 9. Deploying Distributed Applications.
Chapter 10. Remoting and Web Services.
PART THREE. ADVANCED TOPICS IN REMOTING.
Chapter 11. Asynchronous Remoting.
Chapter 12. Security.
Chapter 13. Message Sinks and Message Chains.