This package supplies C++ programmers with the information they need to start developing with the OpenDoc toolkit. The pack, which includes a CD-ROM, covers the component process from an insider's angle, presenting the basics of prototyping and developing parts which can easily be re-used in multiple applications. The information supplements the documentation which accompanies the OpenDoc developers toolkit for OS/2 and Windows NT. It includes many programming examples. The CD-ROM contains source files for three sample parts that demonstrate many key OpenDoc concepts and the OpenDoc toolkit. While written for the OS/2 and NT environment, the concepts in this pack can easily be applied to implementations of OpenDoc for Aix and other platforms.
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Open Doc is the new standard for developing component based software that allows applications to be quickly assembled out of previously developed components. Common compounds can be re-used in multiple applications.From the Back Cover:
The quickest way to get started with OpenDoc component development.
With OpenDoc, the first multi-platform standard for developing component-based software, developers can quickly create new applications from existing components-dramatically increasing their productivity, reducing time to market, and creating software that's easier to maintain and upgrade.
Part Development for OpenDoc is a comprehensive, expert introduction to creating OpenDoc components with the OpenDoc Developers Toolkit for OS/2, Windows(r) 95 and Windows NT(tm). With this book, you'll learn all the basics of part development-fundamentals that apply no matter what OpenDoc development platform you choose.
Start by understanding OpenDoc's business rationale, its compound document architecture, and the development process used to create OpenDoc parts. Review OpenDoc's System Object Model, and the services provided by OpenDoc, including:
*Component level services
*Document level services
Next, using extensive sample code, you'll learn the specific elements of OpenDoc part development, including OpenDoc's part rendering concepts and techniques, menu and event handling, persistence, linking, extensions and part registration.
The appendices include information about available tools, debugging tips and techniques, and an OpenDoc extension which makes it easy to 'wire' parts together to form applications. The accompanying CD, provides everything you need to get started including the OpenDoc Developers Toolkit for OS/2, Windows 95 and Windows NT.
Part Development for OpenDoc is a perfect complement to the OpenDoc Developers Toolkit documentation. Whether you're an OS/2 or Windows applications developer, a programmer with experience in other component environments, or a developer interested in creating cross-platform applications, there's no faster way to get started with OpenDoc.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Book Condition: New. pp. 239. Bookseller Inventory # 5265855
Book Description Prentice Hall, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0132632861