Part I: General Topics.
Chapter 1: The Development Process.
Chapter 2: Component Structure.
Chapter 3: Component Design.
Chapter 4: Component Classifications.
Chapter 5: Debugging.
Chapter 6: Deployment.
Part II: Front-End Components.
Chapter 7: Windows Form Components.
Chapter 8: Creating Front Ends with the WebBrowser Component.
Chapter 9: Custom Controls.
Chapter 10: User Controls.
Chapter 11: Database Front Ends.
Chapter 12: Tips for the Front End.
Part III: Middle-Tier Components.
Chapter 13: Web Forms.
Chapter 14: Web Controls.
Chapter 15: User Controls.
Chapter 16: Services.
Chapter 17: Security.
Part IV: Back-End Components.
Chapter 18: The ADO.NET Architecture.
Chapter 19: Database Web Services.
Chapter 20: Multithreaded Components.
Chapter 21: Gateway Services.
Download the book's zip file to your system and then unzip it into a new folder using WinZip. The unzip process will create a number of folders for each chapter in the book. For example, if you unzipped the file into the folder c:\CSharpBook, you would wind up with the following folders:
In each chapter folder, you will see a separate folder for each sample program in that chapter. Chapters 1-6 don't contain any sample programs.
Before trying the sample programs in Chapters 13-21, you need to build all the programs for those chapters, because some of the samples are interrelated.
For further information on setting up the Web examples in Chapters 13-21, see the Readme.doc file in the main installation folder. For example, if you unzipped the sample code into the folder c:\CSharpBook, the Readme.doc file will be in that folder. You will need Microsoft Word to open the Readme.doc file.