Introduction to Visual C++/CLI

NET-944 (5 Days)
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Visual C++/CLI Training Overview

Accelebrate’s Introduction to Visual C++/CLI training teaches attendees how to write high-performance C++ applications that leverage the power of the .NET Framework.  This C++/CLI course is taught using Visual Studio 2015 or later.

Location and Pricing

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Visual C++/CLI Training Objectives

All students will:

  • Master the fundamentals of the C++/CLI language using Visual Studio
  • Use the .NET Framework to read/write files and parse and generate XML
  • Leverage ADO.NET to interact with relational databases
  • Write a web service using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
  • Interoperate with unmanaged code and COM objects
  • Master the use of attributes and reflection

Visual C++/CLI Training Outline

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Introduction
Getting Started with C++ and .NET [accelerated if attendee experience permits]
  • Hello C++
  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
  • Variables and Operators
  • Using Functions
  • Decisions and Loop Statements
More About Classes and Objects
  • Organizing classes into header files and source files
  • Creating objects
  • Initializing objects by using constructors
  • Defining class-wide members
  • Using constants in classes
  • Defining object relationships
Controlling Object Lifetimes
  • The .NET approach to object lifetimes
  • Destruction and finalization
Inheritance
  • What is inheritance?
  • Designing an inheritance hierarchy
  • Defining a base class
  • Defining a derived class
  • Creating derived class objects
  • Concrete and abstract classes
  • Overriding member functions
  • Protected access
  • Defining sealed classes
  • Defining and using interfaces
  • Microsoft .NET Programming Basics
Value Types
  • Reference types and value types
  • Structures
  • Enumerations
Operator Overloading
  • What is operator overloading?
  • Overloading operators in managed types
Exception Handling
  • What are exceptions?
  • Throwing exceptions
  • Handling exceptions
  • Creating your own exception types
  • Using safe_cast for dynamic casting
  • Using exceptions across languages
Arrays and Collections
  • Native C++ arrays
  • Generic types
  • Managed arrays
  • The .NET array class
  • Other .NET collection classes
  • Generics and templates
Properties
  • What are properties?
  • Implementing scalar properties
  • Implementing indexed properties
  • Adding accounts to the Bank class
Delegates and Events
  • What are delegates?
  • What is the purpose of delegates?
  • What are events?
The .NET Framework Class Library
  • What is the .NET Framework?
  • The .NET Framework namespaces
Working with Files
  • The System::IO namespace
  • Implementing text I/O by using readers and writers
  • Working with files and directories
  • Binary I/O
Reading and Writing XML
  • XML and .NET
  • Parsing XML by using XmlReader
  • Writing XML by using XmlTextWriter
  • Using XmlDocument
Using ADO.NET
  • What is ADO.NET?
  • Creating a connected application
  • Creating a disconnected application
  • Disconnected operation using a DataSet
Writing a Service by Using Windows Communication Foundation
  • What is Windows Communication Foundation?
  • The ABCs of WCF
  • Creating a service
Working with Unmanaged Code
  • Managed vs. unmanaged code
  • Pinning and boxing
  • Using P/Invoke to call functions in the Win32 API
Attributes and Reflection
  • Metadata and attributes
  • Using predefined attributes
  • Defining your own attributes
  • Using reflection to obtain attribute data
Living with COM
  • COM components and the COM Interop
  • Using COM components from .NET code
  • Using .NET components as COM components
Conclusion
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Lecture percentage

40%

Lecture/Demo

Lab percentage

60%

Lab

Course Number:

NET-944

Duration:

5 Days

Prerequisites:

All attendees must have prior programming experience.  For experienced object-oriented developers, the first several chapters would be greatly accelerated to allow greater focus on later material.

Training Materials:

All Visual C++/CLI  students receive a copy of Microsoft's Microsoft Visual C++/CLI Step by Step.

Software Requirements:

  • Windows 7 or later with Core 2 Duo or faster processor and at least 8 GB RAM
  • Visual Studio 2017 or later with the latest updates installed
  • SQL Server Express or LocalDB
  • Related lab files that Accelebrate will provide

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