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What is .Net ?

.Net is a programming framework developed by Microsoft, which can be used to build different types of applications like – Console, Windows, Web application and Mobile based applications. It provides controlled environment with built-in tools for developing, installing and executing different types of applications. The main two components of .Net Framework are Common Language Runtime (CLR) and .Net Framework Class Library (FCL).

Chapters

  • Chapter 1 :- Introduction .NET Framework
  • Chapter 2 :- Strings
  • Chapter 3 :- DateTime parsing
  • Chapter 4 :- Dictionaries
  • Chapter 5 :- Collections
  • Chapter 6 :- ReadOnlyCollections
  • Chapter 7 :- Dictionaries
  • Chapter 8 :- Stack and Heap
  • Chapter 9 :- LINQ
  • Chapter 10 :- ForEach
  • Chapter 11 :- Reflection
  • Chapter 12 :- Expression Trees
  • Chapter 13 :- Custom Types
  • Chapter 14 :- Settings
  • Chapter 15 :- Regular Expressions
  • Chapter 16 :- File Input/Output
  • Chapter 17 :- System.IO.File class
  • Chapter 18 :- Reading and writing Zip files
  • Chapter 19 :- Managed Extensibility Framework
  • Chapter 20 :- peechRecognitionEngine class to recognize speech
  • Chapter 21 :- peechRecognitionEngine class to recognize speech
  • Chapter 22 :- System.Reflection.Emit namespace
  • Chapter 23 :- ADO.NET
  • Chapter 24 :- Dependency Injection
  • Chapter 25 :- Platform Invoke
  • Chapter 26 :- NuGet packaging system
  • Chapter 27 :- Globalization in ASP.NET MVC
  • Chapter 28 :- System.Net.Mail
  • Chapter 29 :- Using Progress and IProgress
  • Chapter 28 :- JSON Serialization
  • Chapter 29 :- JSON in .NET with Newtonsoft.Json
  • Chapter 30 :- XmlSerializer
  • Chapter 31 :- VB Forms
  • Chapter 32 :- JIT compiler
  • Chapter 33 :- CLR
  • Chapter 34 :- TPL Dataflow
  • Chapter 35 :- Threading
  • Chapter 36 :- Process and Thread affinity setting
  • Chapter 37 :- Parallel processing using .Net framework
  • Chapter 38 :- Task Parallel Library (TPL)
  • Chapter 39 :- Task Parallel Library (TPL) API Overviews
  • Chapter 40 :- Synchronization Contexts

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