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Visual Studio .NET: Build Web Applications Faster and Easier Using Web Services and XML

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Visual Studio .NET includes exciting features, some of which are enhancements to previous versions and some of which are brand new. A few of the most significant additions are the new Microsoft programming language called C#; a new, smarter integrated development environment; new object-oriented features in Visual Basic .NET; and development lifecycle tools. This article provides an overview of these features, as well as a look at Web Services, Web Forms, and new versions of ADO and ASP. It takes a first look at dozens of important new Visual Studio features that aid in the design, development, testing, and deployment of solutions built with Visual Basic, C++, Visual FoxPro, and C#.

Dave Mendlen

MSDN Magazine September 2000




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