With Perl.NET it is now possible to use and create .NET components and to wrap existing Perl modules so that they are available to all .NET compliant languages. Perl.NET enables you to enjoy both worlds - .NET and Perl. By combining their features you'll have an ability to develop powerful robust components that may be reused in other .NET applications. This book provides many programs that illustrate features of Perl and .NET. The programs are clearly labeled in the text, and they are available through the associated Web site. There is also a case study that illustrates many features of Perl and .NET working together in combination, as they would in a practical application. The authors show you how to use .NET classes in Perl programs and how to create .NET components using Perl. Important .NET classes are surveyed, and there is coverage of using .NET in specific areas, including graphical user interfaces, database programming using ADO.NET, XML, ASP.NET and Web services. Also, in the appendix "C# Survival Guide" you will see how Perl interoperates with .NET languages, using C#, the language designed for .NET, as an example.
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Get the best of both worlds: Perl flexibility and .NET power!
ActiveState's new PerlNET combines the incredibly flexible and useful Perl programming language with the immense resources and power of Microsoft's .NET platform. Programming Perl in the .NET Environment will help you make the most of Perl and .NET together—whether you're already familiar with Perl, or .NET, or neither. Using extensive code examples and a running case study, this book gives you practical insight for building robust object-oriented PerlNET applications, graphical user interfaces, database applications, and a whole lot more.
YEVGENY MENAKER is a developer, author, and Linux consultant. He has managed an Internet applications team focusing on new and advanced Internet technologies for the past three years.He has also worked in a bioinformatics research group developing Perl and Web applications.
MICHAEL SALTZMAN is the founder of /training/etc, a firm that specializes in Java, Perl, C/C++, Unix/Linux, Oracle, and XML training. He has been actively involved in writing courseware and teaching for over 25 years, and is author of Modern Perl Programming (Prentice Hall PTR).
DR. ROBERT J. OBERG is founder and President of Object Innovations, a leading developer of integrated courseware on .NET and other strategic software. He is editor of the Integrated .NET Series from Object Innovations and Prentice Hall PTR. Oberg's recent books include Introduction to C# Using .NET. He is also co-author of Application Development Using C# and .NET (Prentice Hall PTR).
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