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By Matthew D. Groves

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AOP in .NET introduces aspect-oriented programming to .NET builders and offers sensible suggestions on find out how to get the main reap the benefits of this method on your daily coding. The book's many examples be aware of modularizing non-functional specifications that regularly sprawl all through object-oriented initiatives. no matter if you've gotten by no means attempted AOP earlier than, you are going to relish the easy advent utilizing known C#-based examples. AOP instruments for .NET have now reached the extent of functional adulthood Java builders have trusted for a few years, and you can discover the prime concepts, PostSharp, and chateau DynamicProxy.

About the Technology
Core issues that reduce throughout all elements of your program, reminiscent of logging or authorization, are tough to take care of independently. In aspect-oriented programming (AOP) you isolate those cross-cutting matters into their very own periods, disentangling them from company good judgment. Mature AOP instruments like PostSharp and chateau DynamicProxy now provide .NET builders the extent of help Java coders have trusted for years.

About this Book
AOP in .NET introduces aspect-oriented programming and gives tips on find out how to get the main functional make the most of this system. The book's many examples pay attention to modularizing non-functional specifications that frequently sprawl all through object-oriented initiatives. you will enjoy its hassle-free creation utilizing commonly used C#-based examples.
This booklet calls for no past adventure with AOP. Readers should still comprehend C# or one other OO language.

What's Inside

  • Clear and easy creation to AOP
  • Maximum gain with minimum theory
  • PostSharp and chateau DynamicProxy

buy of the print ebook contains a loose book in PDF, Kindle, and ePub codecs from Manning Publications.

Table of Contents

    half 1 GETTING begun WITH AOP

  1. Introducing AOP
  2. Acme motor vehicle Rental
  3. half 2 the basics OF AOP

  4. Call this as a substitute: intercepting methods
  5. Before and after: boundary aspects
  6. Get this in its place: intercepting locations
  7. Unit checking out aspects
  8. half three complex AOP techniques

  9. AOP implementation types
  10. Using AOP as an architectural tool
  11. Aspect composition: instance and execution

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