Publisher: Wrox 2010 | 480 Pages | ISBN: 0470548592 | PDF | 10 MB
Create applications that are more responsive to user needs
IronPython should be an important part of your developer's toolbox and this book will quickly get you up and running with this powerful language. John Paul Mueller clearly shows how IronPython can help you create better desktop or web-based applications in less time and with fewer errors. Throughout the pages, you'll find techniques for extending IronPython and making it a more robust language. In addition, you'll follow advanced steps such as building an IronPython extension that directly accesses the Win32 API. And you'll enhance your skill set as you introduce IronPython into other environments such as Linux® and Mac OS® X.
Demonstrates how to build applications that every developer needs to know when starting a new language
Explains how to create Windows Forms applications, interact with COM objects, and work at the command line
Uncovers how to work with XML, the Dynamic Language Runtime, and other .NET languages
Shows how you can use IronPython to improve your testing process for just about any language
Discusses techniques for using IronPython with the Python Standard Library
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