The following topics help you start developing applications by using Visual C# 2008. These topics will also introduce you to the many new features in Visual Studio 2008 as well as version 3.0 of the C# language.
What's new in Visual C# 2008.
Lists all breaking changes in the C# compiler since Visual Studio 2005 RTM.
Provides a high-level orientation of the contents of the Visual C# documentation.
Provides an overview of the C# language and the .NET platform.
Explains how to write, compile and run a simple C# application.
Provides links to other help resources.
Includes links to topics that show how to perform a wide variety of specific tasks.
Includes a high-level review of the C# language and introduction to the C# IDE and compiler.
Provides a guide to using the Visual C# integrated development environment.
Explains how to convert Java and Visual J++ applications to Visual C#.
Provides brief overviews that demonstrate the breadth of domains in which you can use C#.
Provides information about C# programming concepts, and describes how to perform various tasks in C#.
Provides detailed reference information about C# keywords, operators, preprocessor directives, compiler switches, and compiler errors and warnings.
Includes sample source code demonstrating how to program by using Visual C#.
Provides a glossary of C# terms.