Advanced Reading for the .NET Framework
This section of the documentation covers advanced programming subjects related to the .NET Framework.
Administration and Management
Describes how to manage objects in the Active Directory, and how to use Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to obtain enterprise data and automate administrative tasks.
Dynamic Programming in the .NET Framework
Provides information about reflection, reflection emit, the dynamic language runtime (DLR), dynamic source code generation and compilation, and the Code Document Object Model (CodeDOM).
Extensibility in the .NET Framework
Describes how to develop lightweight, extensible applications by using the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) or add-ins.
Describes services provided by the .NET Framework for interaction with COM components, COM+ services, external type libraries, and many operating system services.
Memory Management and Garbage Collection in the .NET Framework
Discusses how the garbage collector manages memory and how you can program to use memory more efficiently.
Unmanaged API Reference
Includes information on unmanaged APIs that can be used by managed-code-related applications, such as runtime hosts, compilers, disassemblers, obfuscators, debuggers, and profilers.
Discusses System.XAML, which is an assembly that implements XAML services for the .NET Framework.
.NET Framework Class Library
Supplies syntax, code examples, and related information for each class that is contained in the .NET Framework namespaces.
.NET Framework Development Guide
Provides a guide to all key technology areas and tasks for application development, including creating, configuring, debugging, securing, and deploying your application, and information about dynamic programming, interoperability, extensibility, memory management, and threading.
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