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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.
The SharpDevelop team will show you how to: Build sharpdevekop highly modular application Provide a flexible, extendable, customizable user applicatkon Manage the efforts of translators for effcient internationalization Represent and manipulate text efficiently Code search and replace functionality Construct reusable controls Implement a parser to provide syntax highlightingauto-completion as users type Use reflection to access information about.
NET classes Create a Windows Forms designer Generate code programmatically All of these techniques are shown in the context of the source of the SharpDevelop application – a real dissecying of software that you can download and user yourself.
This means that there are no ‘toy’ examples or theory that will not work in practice – just solid, real-world code and frank discussions of how it was created.
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Showing of 4 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book had the potential to be so much more, but it just comes up a bit short. It feels at times like the authors were rushing through it, when they could have stopped and explained things better. Sometimes code just doesn’t speak well for itself, and more conceptual explanations are needed. You should download the D source code, or most of the book will not make any sense.
There are still great concepts to gleen from this book like the brilliant use of attributes, xml, reflection, components and services. But, it was just tough to follow at times. I often found myself rereading pages and flipping back and sharpdeveoop to make sure I was following the explanations correctly.
Shar;develop give them three stars because the book was organized, they are first time authors, they worked very hard, and I love SharpDevelop!!
I wish them all the best and would love to see a sequel to this book with an extra pages or so of more in depth explanations, diagrams, etc. Is for a old version of shardevelop. So the examples does not apply to day. I could not login in the web site to get a recent version if they got any. One person found this helpful. I agree with much of what has been written about this title: Yes, the book description doesn’t say anything about design, but they need to show much more design work to make this book useful to the reader taking his first look at the SharpDevelop code base.
All in all, I have to say this is an extremely difficult book from which to learn.
Let’s look at the first item, “Build a highly modular application”. But, before you know it, the authors blow past the analysis of the Add-In Tree and get deep into implementation. If you didn’t get it, stop reading and go back, because you’ll be lost if you advance without understanding the Add-In Tree. Maybe I’m just too dense. Maybe it just needs more time to marinate in my brain before I can understand what I’ve read. This book had so much potential, but it simply doesn’t deliver.
At least, not on the first read. I’m afraid I have to agree with the other reviewers. I had such high hopes of getting a true insight into how a large enterprise scale application is made in the real world.
Sadly, I was totally lost after the first 50 pages and found the rest of the book far to much effort to continue with. These guys are obviously very clever, but they sorely need to look at some of the classic books such as the Gang of Four or Martin Fowlers book to get an idea of how to make difficult topics readable.
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