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Professional IronPython

Professional IronPython (Paperback, Contains 1 Digital online)

By Mueller, John Paul

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Part I: Introducing IronPython This short part is designed to get the reader started using IronPython. It answers basic installation and usage questions, how to get help, and what makes IronPython different from other languages. The reader also discovers how to use familiar tools... such as Visual Studio to work with IronPython and creates a very simple IronPython example. Most importantly, the reader becomes familiar with the IronPython environment and discovers how to use it. Part II: Using the IronPython Language In this part, the reader learns the IronPython language. It assumes that the reader has worked with other programming languages and knows about basic programming constructs such as loops. This part is designed to get experienced developers up and running with IronPython quite quickly. Part III: Working with IronPython Once the reader understand IronPython and it's environment, it's time to explore IronPython in actual use. IronPython can make use of the Python standard library and operate stand-alone or in concert with the .NET Framework, so this part explores both environments. In addition, the reader can use IronPython to create either desktop or Web-based applications, so this part shows both. Most readers will want to know how to interact with existing technologies such as the Component Object Model (COM) so there are areas that explore these needs as well. One interesting feature of this section is showing how to use IronPython to perform administration tasks. Microsoft is emphasizing the command line more in current products such as IIS and Exchange Server. In addition, Windows Server 2008 Server Core is nothing more than a command line environment, so this chapter plays to the current direction in Microsoft technology and gives this book a distinct advantage over the competition. Part IV: Advanced IronPython Topics The reader of this book is advanced and wants advanced topics, so the bulk of the book concerns itself with topics that a knowledgeable reader will want. This section answers a wealth of interoperability questions, such as using IronPython from other .NET languages and working with external resources such as Web services. The reader will also discover techniques for extending IronPython and making it a more robust language. Finally, this part discusses two interesting topics: using IronPython to automate application testing and executing IronPython using Mono. This last topic is something you won't find anywhere else and it's doubtful anyone else will tackle it. This last chapter effectively extends IronPython into environments the reader may not have considered such as Windows Server 2008 Server Core (which lacks support for the .NET Framework) and Linux.
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ISBN 9780470548592
Released AU 19 Mar 2010
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
Format Paperback, Contains 1 Digital online
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ISBN-13 9780470548592
Stock Available
Status Title is temporarily out of stock
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
Imprint Wrox Press
Released 19 Mar 2010
Publication Country United States United States
Format Paperback, Contains 1 Digital online
Contains Contains 1 Digital online
Author(s) By Mueller, John Paul
Category Computer Programming Languages
Number of Pages 480
Dimensions Width: 188mm
Height: 235mm
Spine: 24mm
Dewey Code 005.133
Weight 830g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Library of Congress Python (Computer program language), Microsoft .NET Framework
NBS Text Computing: Professional & Programming
ONIX Text Professional and scholarly

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