Developing Distributed Applications
With the vast array of GUI libraries discussed in the previous chapter, .NET is an excellent tool for developing desktop programs, many of which can run on a single computer without a care about the external world—a perfect example of digital agoraphobia. Nonetheless, .NET also contains a broad set of classes that makes it excellent for developing applications that have their logical intestines spread across a network, and it is this class of application that we discuss in this chapter.
KeywordsClient Application Simple Object Access Protocol Manage Provider Page Directive Page Class
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