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Design and Implementation Guidelines for Web Clients

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Design and Implementation Guidelines for Web Clients

Publisher: Microsoft Press
Number of pages: 238

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This guide addresses specific goals of presentation layer component design. It provides prescriptive recommendations and code samples that enable you to use design patterns and Microsoft .NET Framework programming idioms effectively in the presentation layer of your applications. The intent of the book is to help you increase the portability, maintainability, scalability, security, and overall design quality of your presentation layer code; it does not discuss aesthetic user interface design issues.

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