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Most .NET developers will use a high-level language, such as C# or VB .NET, to develop their systems. However, the core language of .NET is the Common Intermediate Language, or CIL. This language is the language of .NET-whatever is allowed by the .NET specifications can be done in CIL, and ...
CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET
Most .NET developers will use a high-level language, such as C# or VB .NET, to develop their systems. However, the core language of .NET is the Common Intermediate Language, or CIL. This language is the language of .NET-whatever is allowed by the .NET specifications can be done in CIL, and it can do much that C# and VB .NET cannot. Understanding how the CIL works will give .NET developers a deep, language-independent insight into the core parts of .NET. Furthermore, such knowledge is essential for creating dynamic types, a powerful part of the .NET Framework. In this book, Bock covers the essentials of programming the CIL. First, he discusses the basics of what .NET: assemblies are, how manifests fit into the picture, and much more. Bock then shows how to create assemblies in .NET-this will cover the ilasm directives and CIL opcodes, and how these are used to define assemblies, classes, field, methods, and method definitions. Bock also covers how C# and VB .NET and other non-MS languages emit CIL and how they differ. Finally, Bock shows how one can create dynamic assemblies at runtime via the Emitter classes.
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52.450000 USD

CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET

by Jason Bock
Paperback / softback
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This is the first book to describe the recent significant changes to the .NET compilation process and demonstrate how .NET developers can use the new Compiler API to create compelling applications. As an open source compiler, the Compiler API now makes its code available for anyone to use. In this ...
.NET Development Using the Compiler API
This is the first book to describe the recent significant changes to the .NET compilation process and demonstrate how .NET developers can use the new Compiler API to create compelling applications. As an open source compiler, the Compiler API now makes its code available for anyone to use. In this book, you'll get a concise, focused view of this tremendous resource for developers, who can now use any part of the platform implementation to their advantage in analyzing applications, improving code generation, and providing enforceable patterns, all under an OSS model. You will learn how to analyze your code for defects in a fast, clean manner never available before. You'll work with solutions and projects to provide automatic refactoring, and you'll discover how you can generate code dynamically to provide application implementations at runtime Having the Compiler API available opens a number of doors for .NET developers that were either simply not there before, or difficult to achieve. However, the API is vast, and this concise book provides a valuable roadmap to this new development environment. What You Will Learn: Understand how to generate, compile, and execute code for a number of scenarios How to create diagnostics and refactoring to help developers enforce conventions and design idioms Experiment with the compiler code base and see what can be done to influence the inner workings of the compilation pipeline Who This Book Is For:Experienced .NET developers, but detailed compiler knowledge is not necessary.
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31.490000 USD

.NET Development Using the Compiler API

by Jason Bock
Paperback
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Most .NET developers will use a high-level language, such as C# or VB .NET, to develop their systems. However, the core language of .NET is the Common Intermediate Language, or CIL. This language is the language of .NET-whatever is allowed by the .NET specifications can be done in CIL, and ...
CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET
Most .NET developers will use a high-level language, such as C# or VB .NET, to develop their systems. However, the core language of .NET is the Common Intermediate Language, or CIL. This language is the language of .NET-whatever is allowed by the .NET specifications can be done in CIL, and it can do much that C# and VB .NET cannot. Understanding how the CIL works will give .NET developers a deep, language-independent insight into the core parts of .NET. Furthermore, such knowledge is essential for creating dynamic types, a powerful part of the .NET Framework. In this book, Bock covers the essentials of programming the CIL. First, he discusses the basics of what .NET: assemblies are, how manifests fit into the picture, and much more. Bock then shows how to create assemblies in .NET-this will cover the ilasm directives and CIL opcodes, and how these are used to define assemblies, classes, field, methods, and method definitions. Bock also covers how C# and VB .NET and other non-MS languages emit CIL and how they differ. Finally, Bock shows how one can create dynamic assemblies at runtime via the Emitter classes.
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52.450000 USD

CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET

by Jason Bock
Hardback
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* The first book on the market to focus exclusively on .NET attributes * Covers most common .NET attributes including Pinvoke, serialization, enterprise, and remoting * Illustrates the creation and use of custom attributes * Advanced example shows how to use custom compilation and attributes to perform source code analysis ...
Applied .NET Attributes
* The first book on the market to focus exclusively on .NET attributes * Covers most common .NET attributes including Pinvoke, serialization, enterprise, and remoting * Illustrates the creation and use of custom attributes * Advanced example shows how to use custom compilation and attributes to perform source code analysis * Attributed programming is a feature of .NET that is still relatively unexplored and will become increasingly more important over time
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36.740000 USD

Applied .NET Attributes

by Tom Barnaby, Jason Bock
Paperback / softback
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