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Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming by Jeffrey Richter

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Chapter 2. Building, Packaging, Deploying, and Administering Applications and Types

Before we get into the chapters that explain how to develop programs for the Microsoft .NET Framework, let’s discuss the steps required to build, package, and deploy your applications and their types. In this chapter, I’ll focus on the basics of how to build components that are for your application’s sole use. In Chapter 3, I’ll cover the more advanced concepts you’ll need to understand, including how to build and use assemblies containing components that are to be shared by multiple applications. In both chapters, I’ll also talk about the ways an administrator can use information to affect the execution of an application and its types.

Today, applications consist ...

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