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A Web service is an application that exposes a programmatic interface through standard access methods. Web Services are designed to be used by other applications and components and are not intended to be useful directly to human end users. Web Services make it easy to build applications that integrate features from remote sources. For example, you can write a Web Service that provides weather information for subscribers of your service instead of having subscribers link to a page or parse through a file they download from your site. Clients can simply call a method on your Web Service as if they are calling a method on a component installed on their system and have the weather information available in an easy-to-use format that they can integrate into their own applications or Web sites with no trouble.
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Windows Forms is the name of a unified set of classes that provides support for creating traditional desktop applications applications that have a graphical user interface (GUI). Windows Forms make it easy to develop end-user applications using any .NET programming language. Furthermore, through Visual Studio .NET, developers can easily design forms by using drag-and-drop editing.
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Visual Studio .NET fulfills the promise of a single development environment for all languages. Visual Studio .NET simplifies development in a mixed-language environment through features such as support for end-to-end debugging across all programming languages; visual designers for XML, HTML, data, and server-side code; and full IntelliSense support (statement completion). Visual Studio .NET replaces the Visual Basic 6, Visual C++, and Visual InterDev development environments. Visual Studio .NET is able to provide this level of integration because it relies and builds on the facilities of the .NET Framework. Designers for Web forms and Windows Forms enhance developer productivity during the development cycle. Integration of deployment features enhances productivity during post-deployment debugging. Table 1-4 summarizes Visual Studio .NET's major features. Table 1-4: Visual Studio .NET's Major Features Feature Benefit
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Table 1-4: Visual Studio .NET's Major Features Feature Single IDE Benefit Simplifies mixed-language development with support for Visual Basic, C++, C#, and JScript .NET Organizes tasks and manages errors and warnings in a single place. Tasks are read from specialized comments in source code and are presented in a tabular format. Double-click the task to jump to the section of source code where the task was entered. Provides a hierarchical view of a solution organized into projects. Allows the management of related projects within a single solution. Manages your computer and other computers on the network, including resources such as SQL Server, message queues, services, and so on. Integrates performance and event monitoring and Web services. Makes the best possible use of available screen space Ensures consistent statement completion across all supported languages Makes reference documentation available based on what you're working on Facilitates cross-language, process, and system debugging through the Visual Studio .NET debugger; the learning curve is reduced, and developers are better able to take advantage of the debugger's features. Integrates deployment into each solution (project); as changes are made in the solution, deployment information is updated. You can deploy your solution using traditional setup (install on a single system), Web setup, and Web download. This feature also facilitates deployment for debugging across systems.
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This chapter introduced you to the .NET Framework and its components in the context of the problems and the benefits the .NET Framework provides. The next chapter discusses setting up the development environment for creating ASP.NET applications, creating a simple ASP.NET application using both VB and C#, and deploying an application on a Web server.
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The Microsoft .NET Framework provides a powerful platform for the development of applications for both the desktop and the Internet. The .NE T Framework allows you to develop Internet applications with an ease that was never provided before. To develop Internet applications, the .NET Framework is equipped with ASP.NET. ASP.NET is a powerful programming framework for the development of enterprise-class Web applications. This chapter introduces you to the .NET Framework and ASP.NET. You'll learn to set up the development environment for creating ASP.NET applications. You'll also learn how to create an ASP.NET application by using Visual Basic .NET and C#, and deploy the application.
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