This section contains reference information related to the .NET Framework.
Provides basic information about how best to configure your ASP.NET applications.
Describes the structure of the XML files used to represent ClickOnce applications.
Enables developers who use the Code Document Object Model (CodeDOM) to search for CodeDOM elements by type and function.
Describes the configuration schema for the machine configuration file, application configuration files, and the security configuration file.
Provides guidelines for developing classes and components that extend the .NET Framework.
Contains reference information for the build system for Visual Studio.
Describes the counters that you can use to track the performance of an application.
Describes the API elements that runtime hosts call from unmanaged code to configure and load the common language runtime into a process.
Contains documentation for managed reference elements that are not documented in the .NET Framework Class Library.
Describes the configuration elements that help you configure Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service and client applications.
Describes the @ServiceHost directive, which defines page-specific attributes that are used by the .svc compiler.
Provides information about Windows Workflow Foundation performance counters, configuration files, error codes, and tracking service database.
Provides reference information on XML standards that Microsoft supports.
Provides a list of terms and definitions commonly encountered in the .NET Framework programming model.
Supplies syntax, code examples, and usage instructions for each class in the .NET Framework namespaces.
Provides conceptual overviews of the key features of the .NET Framework, including the common language runtime, the .NET Framework class library, and cross-language interoperability.
Discusses fundamental development tasks and techniques, including how to create, configure, debug, and deploy your .NET Framework application.
Covers advanced programming topics such as add-ins and extensibility, administration and management, interoperability, reflection, remoting, serialization, and managed threading.
Provides sample applications that demonstrate the features of .NET Framework technologies.
Describes the tools that help you develop, configure, and deploy applications by using .NET Framework technologies.