Mono – Edd Wilder-James, Niel M. Bornstein | buch7 – Der soziale Buchhandel
Bitte warten ...
icon suche icon merkliste icon warenkorb
Blick ins Buch


The Mono Project is the much talked-about open source initiative to create a Unix implementation of Microsoft's .NET Development Framework.  Its purpose is to allow Unix developers to build and deploy cross-platform .NET applications. The project has also sparked interest in developing components, libraries and frameworks with C#, the programming language of .NET.The controversy?  Some say Mono will become the preferred platform for Linux development, empowering Linux/Unix developers. Others say it will allow Microsoft to embrace, extend, and extinguish Linux. The controversy rages on, but--like many developers--maybe you've had enough talk and want to see what Mono is really all about.There's one way to find out: roll up your sleeves, get to work, and see what you Mono can do.  How do you start? You can research Mono at length. You can play around with it, hoping to figure things out for yourself. Or, you can get straight to work with Mono: A Developer's Notebook--a hands-on guide and your trusty lab partner as you explore Mono 1.0.Light on theory and long on practical application, Mono: A Developer's Notebook bypasses the talk and theory, and jumps right into Mono 1.0.  Diving quickly into a rapid tour of Mono, you'll work through nearly fifty mini-projects that will introduce you to the most important and compelling aspects of the 1.0 release.  Using the task-oriented format of this new series, you'll learn how to acquire, install, and run Mono on Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X.  You'll work with the various Mono components: Gtk#, the Common Language Runtime, the class libraries (both .NET and Mono-provided class libraries), IKVM and the Mono C# compiler. No other resource will take you so deeply into Mono so quickly or show you as effectively what Mono is capable of.The new Developer's Notebooks series from O'Reilly covers important new tools for software developers. Emphasizing example over explanation and practice over theory, they focus on learning by doing--you'll get the goods straight from the masters, in an informal and code-intensive style that suits developers. If you've been curious about Mono, but haven't known where to start, this no-fluff, lab-style guide is the solution.

Taschenbuch 08/2004
kostenloser Standardversand in DE gewöhnlich ca. 2-4 Wochen
Die angegebenen Lieferzeiten beziehen sich auf den Paketversand und sofortige Zahlung (z.B. Zahlung per Lastschrift, PayPal oder Sofortüberweisung).
Der kostenlose Standardversand (2-5 Werktage) benötigt in der Regel länger als der kostenpflichtige Paketversand (1-2 Werktage). Sonderfälle, die zu längeren Lieferzeiten führen können (Bsp: Bemerkung für Kundenservice, Zahlung per Vorkasse oder Sendung ins Ausland) haben wir hier für Sie detailliert beschrieben.
Spenden icon Dank Ihres Kaufes spendet buch7 ca. 1,07 € bis 1,98 €.

Die hier angegebene Schätzung beruht auf dem durchschnittlichen Fördervolumen der letzten Monate und Jahre. Über die Vergabe und den Umfang der finanziellen Unterstützung entscheidet das Gremium von

Die genaue Höhe hängt von der aktuellen Geschäftsentwicklung ab. Natürlich wollen wir so viele Projekte wie möglich unterstützen.

Den tatsächlichen Umfang der Förderungen sowie die Empfänger sehen Sie auf unserer Startseite rechts oben, mehr Details finden Sie hier.

Weitere Informationen zu unserer Kostenstruktur finden Sie hier.


Edd Wilder-James is Managing Editor of He also writes free software, and packages Bluetooth-related software for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. Edd is the creator of XMLhack and WriteTheWeb, and has a weblog called Behind the Times.

Niel M. Bornstein , with over ten years' experience in software development, has worked in diverse areas such as corporate information systems, client-server application development, and web-hosted applications. Clear and engaging, Niel wrote .NET & XML and co-authored Mono: A Developer's Notebook.


The Developer's Notebook Series;
Notebooks Are...;
Notebooks Aren't...;
What This Book Covers;
Why Mono?;
Conventions Used in This Book;
Using Code Examples;
Comments and Questions;
Chapter 1: Getting Mono Running;
1.1 Install Mono;
1.2 Explore Mono;
1.3 Run the MonoDevelop IDE;
1.4 Fit Mono into Your World;
1.5 Join the Mono Community;
Chapter 2: Getting Started with C#;
2.1 Say "Hello" to the World;
2.2 Model the Behavior of Real-World Things;
2.3 Avoid Overhead While Passing Data;
2.4 Handle Unexpected Errors;
2.5 Define Function Pointers;
2.6 Add Metadata to Your Types;
2.7 Call External Libraries;
2.8 Package Related Classes with Assemblies;
Chapter 3: Core .NET;
3.1 Work with Files;
3.2 Manage String Data;
3.3 Search Text with Regular Expressions;
3.4 Manage Collections of Data;
3.5 Work with Assemblies;
3.6 Start and Examine Processes;
3.7 Multitask with Threads;
3.8 Test Your C# Code;
Chapter 4: Gtk#;
4.1 Write a Basic Gtk# Program and Handle Events;
4.2 Arrange Widgets Using Boxes;
4.3 Make Widgets Interact;
4.4 Make Dialogs by Subclassing;
4.5 Draw Graphics;
4.6 Create Menus;
4.7 Organize Data with TreeView;
4.8 Exchange Data with Drag and Drop;
Chapter 5: Advanced Gtk#;
5.1 Write a Gnome Application;
5.2 Design Interfaces with Glade;
5.3 Store Configuration with GConf;
5.4 Guide the User with Druids;
5.5 Perform Asynchronous Operations;
5.6 Render HTML;
5.7 Provide Help Files;
5.8 Translate Your Programs;
Chapter 6: Processing XML;
6.1 Read and Write XML;
6.2 Manipulate XML in Memory;
6.3 Navigate XML Documents;
6.4 Transform XML;
6.5 Constrain XML Documents;
6.6 Constrain XML Another Way;
6.7 Serialize Objects to XML;
Chapter 7: Networking, Remoting, and Web Services;
7.1 Set Up ASP.NET;
7.2 Run Web Applications;
7.3 Deploy Web Services;
7.4 Communicate with Other Networked Systems;
7.5 Access Remote Objects;
7.6 Invoke Remote Procedures with XML;
7.7 Secure Data from Prying Eyes;
7.8 Talk to Databases;
Chapter 8: Cutting Edge Mono;
8.1 Maintain Your Sources with the Autotools;
8.2 Write Cross-Platform Compatible Programs;
8.3 Run Java in Mono;
8.4 Run a Development Version of Mono;
8.5 Use Generics;
8.6 Write Mono Programs in Basic;


EAN / 13-stellige ISBN 978-0596007928
10-stellige ISBN 0596007922
Imprint Developer's Notebook
Sprache Englisch
Editionsform Hardcover / Softcover / Karten
Einbandart Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 01. August 2004
Seitenzahl 278
Format (L×B×H) 23,5cm × 18,0cm × 1,9cm
Gewicht 513g
Warengruppe des Lieferanten Naturwissenschaften - Informatik, EDV
Mehrwertsteuer 7% (im angegebenen Preis enthalten)
Bestseller aus dieser Kategorie

Naturwissenschaften - Informatik, EDV

Noch nicht das Passende gefunden?
Verschenken Sie einfach einen Gutschein.

Auch hier werden natürlich 75% des Gewinns gespendet.

Gutschein kaufen

Was unsere Kund/innen sagen:

Impressum Datenschutz Hilfe / FAQ