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Microsoft .NET Framework : 

Microsoft .NET Framework Overview Svetlin Nakov Software Development Consultant,Part-time Computer Science Lecturer Sofia University“St. Kliment Ohridski” http://www.nakov.com

.NET Enterprise Vision : 

.NET Enterprise Vision ERP & Billing Customer Service Sales UsersAny device,Any place,Any time XML Web ServicesIntegrate business applications and processes Back OfficeHeterogeneous application and server infrastructure Scheduling Authentication Notification

So what is .NET? : 

So what is .NET? .NET is a platform that provides a standardized set of services. It’s just like Windows, except distributed over the Internet. It exports a common interface so that it’s programs can be run on any system that supports .NET. A specific software framework Includes a common runtime

.NET Framework : 

.NET Framework Programming model for .NET Platform for running .NET managed code in a virtual machine Provides a very good environment to develop networked applications and Web Services Provides programming API and unified language-independent development framework

The Core of .NET Framework: FCL & CLR : 

The Core of .NET Framework: FCL & CLR Common Language Runtime Garbage collection Language integration Multiple versioning support (no more DLL hell!) Integrated security Framework Class Library Provides the core functionality: ASP.NET, Web Services, ADO.NET, Windows Forms, IO, XML, etc.

.NET Framework Common Language Runtime : 

.NET Framework Common Language Runtime Operating System Common Language Runtime CLR manages code execution at runtime Memory management, thread management, etc.

.NET Framework Base Class Library : 

.NET Framework Base Class Library Operating System Common Language Runtime .NET Framework (Base Class Library) Object-oriented collection of reusable types Collections, I/O, Strings, …

.NET Framework Data Access Layer : 

.NET Framework Data Access Layer Operating System Common Language Runtime .NET Framework (Base Class Library) ADO .NET and XML Access relational databases Disconnected data model Work with XML

.NET Framework ASP.NET & Windows Forms : 

.NET Framework ASP.NET & Windows Forms Operating System Common Language Runtime .NET Framework (Base Class Library) ADO .NET and XML ASP .NET Web Forms Web Services Mobile Internet Toolkit Windows Forms Create application’s front-end – Web-based user interface, Windows GUI, Web services, …

.NET Framework Programming Languages : 

.NET Framework Programming Languages Operating System Common Language Runtime C++ C# VB.NET Perl J# … Use your favorite language

.NET Framework Common Language Specification : 

.NET Framework Common Language Specification Operating System Common Language Runtime Common Language Specification

.NET Framework Visual Studio .NET : 

.NET Framework Visual Studio .NET Operating System Common Language Runtime Common Language Specification C++ C# VB Perl J# … Visual Studio .NET

.NET Framework Standards Compliance : 

Operating System Common Language Runtime Common Language Specification C++ C# VB Perl J# … Visual Studio .NET .NET Framework Standards Compliance

Common Language Runtime : 

Common Language Runtime Manages running code – like a virtual machine Threading Memory management No interpreter: JIT-compiler produces native code – during the program installation or at run time Fine-grained evidence-based security Code access security Code can be verified to guarantee type safety No unsafe casts, no un-initialized variables and no out-of-bounds array indexing Role-based security

Managed Code : 

Managed Code Code that targets the CLR is referred to as managed code All managed code has the features of the CLR Object-oriented Type-safe Cross-language integration Cross language exception handling Multiple version support Managed code is represented in special Intermediate Language (IL)

Automatic Memory Management : 

Automatic Memory Management The CLR manages memory for managed code All allocations of objects and buffers made from a Managed Heap Unused objects and buffers are cleaned up automatically through Garbage Collection Some of the worst bugs in software development are not possible with managed code Leaked memory or objects References to freed or non-existent objects Reading of uninitialised variables Pointerless environment

Multiple Language Support : 

Multiple Language Support IL (MSIL or CIL) – Intermediate Language It is low-level (machine) language, like Assembler, but is Object-oriented CTS is a rich type system built into the CLR Implements various types (int, float, string, …) And operations on those types CLS is a set of specifications that all languages and libraries need to follow This will ensure interoperability between languages

Intermediate Language : 

Intermediate Language .NET languages are compiled to an Intermediate Language (IL) IL is also known as MSIL or CIL CLR compiles IL in just-in-time (JIT) manner – each function is compiled just before execution The JIT code stays in memory for subsequent calls Recompilations of assemblies are also possible

Example of MSIL Code : 

Example of MSIL Code .method private hidebysig static void Main() cil managed { .entrypoint // Code size 11 (0xb) .maxstack 8 IL_0000: ldstr "Hello, world!" IL_0005: call void [mscorlib]System.Console::WriteLine(string) IL_000a: ret } // end of method HelloWorld::Main

Common Type System (CTS) : 

Common Type System (CTS) All .NET languages have the same primitive data types. An int in C# is the same as an int in VB.NET When communicating between modules written in any .NET language, the types are guaranteed to be compatible on the binary level Types can be: Value types – passed by value, stored in the stack Reference types – passed by reference, stored in the heap Strings are a primitive data type now

Common Language Specification (CLS) : 

Common Language Specification (CLS) Any language that conforms to the CLS is a .NET language A language that conforms to the CLS has the ability to take full advantage of the Framework Class Library (FCL) CLS is standardized by ECMA

.NET Languages : 

.NET Languages Languages provided by Microsoft C++, C#, J#, VB.NET, JScript Third-parties languages Perl, Python, Pascal, APL, COBOL, Eiffel, Haskell, ML, Oberon, Scheme, Smalltalk… Advanced multi-language features Cross-language inheritance and exceptions handling Object system is built in, not bolted on No additional rules or API to learn

C# Language : 

C# Language Mixture between C++, Java and Delphi Component-oriented Properties, Methods, Events Attributes, XML documentation All in one place, no header files, IDL, etc. Can be embedded in ASP+ pages Everything really is an object Primitive types aren’t magic Unified type system == Deep simplicity Improved extensibility and reusability

C# Language – Example : 

C# Language – Example using System; class HelloWorld { public static void main() { Console.WriteLine(“Hello, world!”); } }

Code Compilation and Execution : 

Code Compilation and Execution Compilation Before installation or the first time each method is called Execution Also called Assembly (.EXE or .DLL file)

Assemblies : 

Assemblies DLL or EXE file Smallest deployable unit in the CLR Have unique version number No version conflicts (known as DLL hell) Contains IL code to be executed Security boundary – permissions are granted at the assembly level Type boundary – all types include the assembly name they are a part of Self-describing manifest – metadata that describes the types in the assembly

Metadata in Assembly : 

Metadata in Assembly Type Descriptions Classes Base classes Implemented interfaces Data members Methods Name Version Culture Assembly Description Other assemblies Security Permissions Exported Types

Applications : 

Applications One or more assemblies Assemblies conflict resolution Using metadata Local (preferred) Global Assembly Cache (GAC) Different applications may use different versions of an assembly Easier software updates Easier software removal

Visual Studio .NET : 

Visual Studio .NET Development tool that contains a rich set of productivity and debugging features Supports managed and unmanaged applications Supports C#, C++, VB.NET, … Many useful tools and wizards Windows Forms Designer ASP.NET Web Forms Designer Web Services support SQL Server integration with ADO.NET and XML VS.NET is not part of the .NET Framework Not necessary to build or run managed code The .NET Framework SDK includes command line compilers

VS.NET – Single Development Environment & Skill Set : 

VS.NET – Single Development Environment & Skill Set From Visual Studio.NET you can: Write code Design user interface Study documentation Debug Test Deploy Same tools for all languages Same tools for all platforms

Visual Studio .NET : 

Visual Studio .NET

The .NET Framework Library : 

The .NET Framework Library Base Class Library ADO.NET and XML

.NET Framework Namespaces : 

.NET Framework Namespaces

Base Class Library Namespaces : 

Base Class Library Namespaces System Threading Text ServiceProcess Security Resources Reflection Net IO Globalization Diagnostics Configuration Collections Runtime Serialization Remoting InteropServices

Base Class Library : 

Base Class Library Data types, conversions, formatting Collections: ArrayList, Hashtable, etc. Globalization: Cultures, sorting, etc. I/O: Binary and text streams, files, etc. Networking: HTTP, TCP/IP sockets, etc. Reflection: Metadata and IL emit Security: Permissions, cryptography Text: Encodings, regular expressions

Data And XML Namespaces : 

Data And XML Namespaces

ADO.NET And XML : 

ADO.NET And XML ADO.NET consumes all types of data XML (hierarchical), relational, etc. Powerful in-memory data cache (DataSet) DataSet contains various data objects: tables, views, relations, constraints, etc. Lightweight, stateless, disconnected Supports both relational and XML access High-performance, low overhead stream access Great XML support including: W3C DOM, XSL/T, XPath, and Schema

VS.NET – DataSet Designer : 

VS.NET – DataSet Designer

Windows Forms Namespaces : 

Windows Forms Namespaces System.Drawing Drawing2D Imaging Printing Text System.Windows.Forms Design ComponentModel

Windows Forms : 

Windows Forms Windows Forms is framework for building rich GUI applications RAD (Rapid Application Development) component-based event-driven Rich set of controls Data aware components ActiveX® Support Printing support Unicode support UI inheritance

Windows Forms : 

Windows Forms Combines VB and Delphi forms with the power of MFC Delegation as well as subclassing Advanced features Visual forms inheritance, automatic layout Advanced graphics support – GDI+ Easy access to Win32® API Controls can be hosted in IE 5.x No installation, registration or GUIDs Code access security

VS.NET – Windows Forms Designer : 

VS.NET – Windows Forms Designer

Demo : 

Demo Create simple database application with: Windows Forms ADO.NET MS SQL Server Visual Studio .NET

ASP.NET Namespaces : 

ASP.NET Namespaces System.Web Caching Configuration Services UI SessionState HtmlControls WebControls Description Discovery Security Protocols

ASP.NET : 

Framework for building Web applications and Web services in any .NET language C#, C++, VB.NET, JScript, etc. Automatic multiple clients support DHTML, HTML 3.2, WML, small devices Compilation of ASP.NET Web applications into .NET assemblies Cached the first time when called All subsequent calls use the cached version Separation of code and content Developers and designers can work independently ASP.NET

ASP.NET : 

ASP.NET Rich page architecture – “Web Forms” Rich set of ASP.NET server controls Data validation Data bound grids Event-driven execution model Great Web-services support Easy to deploy High reliability and availability High performance and scalability Scalable handling of state information

VS.NET – Web Forms Designer : 

VS.NET – Web Forms Designer

Demo : 

Demo Create simple Web-based database application with: ASP.NET (Web Forms) ADO.NET MS SQL Server Visual Studio .NET

Web Services : 

Web Services Technical definition – “A programmable application component accessible via standard Web protocols” Built on XML and SOAP Expose functionality from Web Sites Almost like component programming over the Web Functionality exposed using XML/HTML Standard Web Services include Calendar MSN Passport

XML Web Services Foundation : 

XML Web Services Foundation Ubiquitous Communications: Internet Universal Data Format: XML Service Interactions: SOAP Publish, Find, Use Services: UDDI Simple, Open, Broad Industry Support Open standards:

ASP.NET Web Services : 

ASP.NET Web Services Simple programming model Author .ASMX files with class methods ASP.NET compiles on demand, generates WSDL contract, exposes HTML test page Incoming HTTP/SOAP messages invoke methods No special HTTP, SOAP or XML knowledge required Supports multiple message wire formats HTTP GET, POST, and SOAP Requests

Web Service Example in C# : 

Web Service Example in C# ParcelTracker.asmx <%@ WebService Language="C#" %> using System; using System.Web.Services; public class ParcelTrackerWebService { [WebMethod] public string GetOrderStatus(int orderNumber) { // Implementation here } }

.NET Framework on Linux : 

.NET Framework on Linux Mono Project Open Source C# compiler, CLR and Framework Class Library Runs on various platforms and hardware: Linux, Unix, FreeBSD, Windows – JIT-compiler for x86 s390, SPARC, PowerPC – interpreter for these hardware architectures Supports also: ADO.NET and XML Windows Forms (not fully) ASP.NET Web Services

.NET Framework on Linux (2) : 

.NET Framework on Linux (2) Mono Project Runs .NET portable executables on Linux, e.g. mono myapp.exe Compiles .NET applications to portable executables, e.g. mcs myapp.cs The obtained .exe file can taken and run on Windows DotGNU Portable.NET Build and execute .NET applications on GNU/Linux, Windows, Solaris, NetBSD, FreeBSD, and MacOS X

Summary : 

Summary .NET Framework is a code execution platform – the environment which .NET programs run .NET Framework consists of two primary parts: Common Language Runtime and .NET Class Libraries The CLS (Common Language Specification) allows different languages to interact seamlessly. The CTS (Common Type System) allows all languages to share base data types.

Summary (2) : 

Summary (2) .NET languages are compiled to MSIL by their respective compilers MSIL code is compiled to machine code by the JIT compiler All .NET languages have equal access to the FCL (Framework Class Library) which is a rich set of classes for developing software Base Class Library is set of basic classes: Collections, I/O, Networking, Security, etc. ADO.NET provides .NET applications with access to relational databases

Summary (3) : 

Summary (3) .NET has great XML support including: DOM, XSLT, XPath, and XSchema Windows Forms provides GUI interface for the .NET applications ASP.NET allows creating web interface to .NET applications Web Services expose functionality from web sites and make it remotely accessible through standard XML-based protocols Visual Studio .NET is powerful development IDE for all .NET languages and technologies

.NET Framework – Resources : 

.NET Framework – Resources Visit following web sites: .NET Framework Home Site – http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/ The Microsoft .NET Framework Community – http://www.gotdotnet.com/ ASP.NET – http://www.asp.net/ .NET Windows Forms – http://www.windowsforms.net/ Code Project – http://www.codeproject.net/ Mono – Open Source .NET Framework – http://www.go-mono.org/ Rotor – Shared Source .NET CLI – http://msdn.microsoft.com/net/sscli/ Read the news groups: news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.dotnet.framework

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