Duration: 18 minutes
Summary: In this video we start our discussion of working with C# 4.0 development tools. We have many options to create C# and .NET applications. If you do not have Visual Studio 2010, you can download the free express edition of Visual Studio. There are ones for C#, ASP.NET, VB… . The Express edition is a trimmed down version of Visual Studio (it does not contain all the tools that VS contains). Or even better, to learn C# development from the ground up, you can start with Notepad (or Notepad++) and the command line. You can use the command line compiler (csc) to compile your C# code. You can target an exe, a winexe (without a command prompt in the background), a dll, or a module. The default is an exe (to do so, you use the /target or /t for short). You can also reference dlls with the command line using /reference or /r. If you need to reference multiple dlls, you can separate them with a semi-colon (;).
Methodology of the development of example: Good coding standard and simplified design.
Technology Used: C# 4.0 – Core Concepts.
Keywords: Csc, reference, target, exe, winexe, dll, module, notepad, Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2010 Express.