Building International Applications with Visual Studio.NET
Garrett McGowan - Microsoft Corporation
Visual Studio .NET makes it easy to develop globalized and localized applications for the .NET Developer Platform and Windows.
This talk covers how Visual Studio .NET allows working with Unicode source files and projects and how the provided compilers support this. After that the talk explores how the new Windows Forms provided by the .NET Development Platform enable developing globalized applications and how the development environment makes the task of managing multi-lingual projects easy. The same will be covered for Web Forms - the new forms concept for ASP.NET. Following that the talk evaluates what internationalization features XML Web Services (SOAP, WSDL and UDDI) provide. The talk concludes with the introduction of internationalization enhancements for developers working with native C++ code and language support for application deployment.
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