[Tom Fischer ] × Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: Building Adaptable Applications [littérature anglaise PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¼ royalfm.pro

[Tom Fischer ] × Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: Building Adaptable Applications [littérature anglaise PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¼ This book illustrates, explains and simplifies design patterns.
It is very easy to read, follow and understand.
Although all patterns are mentioned in the book only a select few are detailed in the beginning of the book.
The remainder of the book provides information how design patterns are used in the ntier architecture, such as the data tier, middle tier and presentation tier.

The books offers one of the most fascinating concepts in developing the presentation tier, called MVC, a.
k.
a.
Model, View, Controller.
MVC decouples the user interface from the form/control events on a form and placing this logic in a controller class or classes.
The controllers have full control of the model aspect of the framework where the controller puts data in the view or the user interface from the model.

MVC uses patterns I find this book almost impossible to read without a magnifying glass.
I guess they saved on paper, but at the cost of my eye sight.
The content seems to be useful, but how can I know when I can't see it? I purchased this book a long time ago and I have to admit a lot of the information presented went right over my head in the beginning.
I felt the book was too hard to understand mostly because I was still very new to .
Net in general.
Well, after spending a few months working on a real life project, I got the suspension that our architecture could lead to problems in the future.
So I started researching design patterns and asking other people on message boards how they approach design.
After all of that, I decided to review this book again and I was amazed at how much of the information was sinking in my brain this time of around.
I especially love the section on applying design patterns to the data access tier.
I still have more to reread, but that is my favorite sec There's definately some good explanation of design patterns in this text, but if you're looking for best practices in .
NET coding, you're going to need to look elsewhere.

The book begins with a chapter that explains the basic premise behind the most common creational, behavioral and structural patterns.
This chapter is excellent and provided me with the most insight into how I could change the way I develop applications using patterns.

The next chapters deal with how to implement these patterns in the data tier, middle tier and presentation tier.
The examples are illustrative, if nothing else.
BEWARE THEIR CODING TECHNIQUES!The authors actually implemented the disposal of unmanaged resources li I am been reading this book.
It covers majority of patterns, nicely categorizied.
Book is not very length, explains concepts properly.


I recommend this books for any VB.
Net programmer who wants to keep upper hand from thier peers.
A pleasure to have a reference that uses VB in its examples so that the learning experience isn't hindered by first having to go through a conversion from C to VB.
Book By Tom Fischer John Slater Peter Stromquist ChaUr Wu

En tant qu’auteur connu, certains de ses livres fascinent les lecteurs, comme dans le livre Professional Design Patterns in VB.NET: Building Adaptable Applications , qui est l’un des lecteurs les plus recherchés Tom Fischer auteurs dans le monde.