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.NET 3.5 Resource Center

.NET 3.5 Books
XAML in a Nutshell
XAML in a Nutshell, by Lori MacVittie, (March 2006). Discusses the benefits of XAML, what XAML is not, XAML development resources, getting started with XAML, the basics of XAML, layout and positioning, storyboards and animations, elements, controls, shapes and geometry, animations and transitions, and events. Appendices cover the System.Windows.Controls, System.Windows.Documents, System.Windows.Shpaes, System.Windows, Systems.Windows.Media, System.Windows.Input.ApplicationCommands, predefined colors, and XAML interface in code.
Pro C# 2008 and the .NET 3.5 Framework
Pro C# 2008 and the .NET 3.5 Framework, Fourth Edition, by Andrew Troelsen (October 2007). Discusses the features of .NET 3.5 (including nullable types, delegate covariance, ASP.NET 2.0 master pages, and the new Windows Forms controls), the grammar of the common intermediate language (CIL), .NET generics, core aspects of the .NET platform (including remoting, Windows Forms, Web Forms, ADO.NET, and XML web services), and object serialization services.
Getting Started with .NET 3.0
eBook: Getting Started with .NET 3.0, by Jesse Liberty and Alex Horovitz (September 2006). Discuses how to create dynamic user experiences and build secure web services using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), terminology, software, concepts, the Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF) and the Windows Card Services (WCS).
Programming .NET 3.5
Programming .NET 3.5, by Jesse Liberty and Alex Horovitz (February 2008). Discusses the common threads in the .NET 3.0 technologies, how the principal technologies can be used together, how to build powerful web services, how to implement workflow projects, concepts of XAML, a markup language for UI; Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), a presentation framework; Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), for applications communication; the Workflow Foundation (WF) , a framework for defining, executing and managing workflow, and CardSpace, a framework for managing the identities of your users.
Inside MS Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
Inside Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, by Ted Pattison and Daniel Larson (April 2007). Discusses site provisioning, site customization, WSS as a development platform, the SharePoint architecture, pages and design, web parts, AJAX web parts, lists and content types, document libraries, SharePoint workflows, solutions and deployment, and application security.

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Update :: November 17, 2019