Dissecting a C# Application: Inside SharpDevelop
by Christian Holm, Mike Kruger, Bernhard Spuida
Publisher: Wrox Press 2004
Number of pages: 538
Learn advanced .NET programming techniques by getting an insiders' look at a complete application! SharpDevelop is a complete Integrated Development Environment, written in C#. It includes all the advanced features that programmers expect from a modern IDE and, of course, implementing these features has required some advanced programming techniques. The developers who created SharpDevelop give you an inside track on application development with a guided tour of the sourcecode for SharpDevelop. They will show you the most important code features and explain how you can use these techniques in your own projects. You will gain valuable experience of building an application on this scale, learning from the decisions, mistakes, problems and solutions that lead to the current version on SharpDevelop.
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