Accessing Data in Visual Studio
Most applications revolve around reading and updating information in databases. To enable data integration in distributed, scalable applications, Visual Studio provides support for integrating data into your applications.
Windows Forms Data Architecture
Provides topics on how data binding works in Windows Forms and how to bind controls to a data source.
Describes the ADO.NET architecture and how to use the ADO.NET classes to manage application data and interact with data sources and XML.
ADO.NET Entity Framework
Describes how to create data applications that allow developers to program against a conceptual model instead of directly against a relational database.
ADO.NET Entity Data Model Tools
Describes how to use the Entity Data Model Tools, which are provided by the Entity Framework, to create applications.
WCF Data Services 4.5
Describes how to use WCF Data Services to deploy data services on the Web or an intranet that implement the
Open Data Protocol (OData).
XML Documents and Data
Provides an overview to a comprehensive and integrated set of classes that work with XML documents and data in the .NET Framework.
ASP.NET Data Access Content Map
Provides topics on the issues associated with data binding in Web Forms pages and how to bind controls to a data source.
Data in Office Solutions
Contains links to topics that explain how data works in Office solutions. This includes information about schema-oriented programming, data caching, and server-side data access.
Deploying Applications and Components
Provides links to procedural, conceptual, and step-by-step topics about component deployment.
LINQ (Language-Integrated Query)
Describes the query capabilities built into C# and Visual Basic, and the common model for querying relational databases, XML documents, datasets, and in-memory collections.
XML Tools in Visual Studio
Discusses working with XML data, debugging XSLT, .NET Framework XML features, and architecture of XML Query.
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