6 edition of ATL internals found in the catalog.
|Statement||Chris Tavares ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Tavares, Chris., Rector, Brent ATL internals.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.D47 R43 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 858 p. :|
|Number of Pages||858|
|LC Control Number||2006008998|
Many of the methods in these classes simply iterate over the entries in the object map and ask each class in the map to ATL internals book the real work. Chapter 3 discusses how objects are implemented in ATL, concentrating on the great range of choices you have when implementing IUnknown. The authors point out the buggy parts of ATL and they invest the necessary effort to warn about about aspects of ATL that, if naively used, create bugs in your code. Related Articles. These chapters cover the ATL window classes, controls, and control containment, respectively. Instead of attempting to compress all required COM knowledge into one or two chapters, this book assumes you already know COM and shows you the design, usage, and internals of ATL.
In fact, this book often becomes your personal tour guide through the ATL source code. Table 4. NET framework. The book closes with an investigation of using ATL as a windowing framework and wraps up with the development of a full-blown animated ActiveX control using ATL. Depreciated techniques are also described for completeness.
The authors would like to thank all of the following for their contributions to this book. Appendix B provides a list of the important ATL ATL internals book and the header files in which they are declared and often implemented. In other books and on the internet I saw code examples that used them but will little explanation. The following is a partial list of the material in ATL Internals: 1 ATL Internals covers using the wizards and explains how to proceed beyond the point where the wizards quit. Agarwalr added it May 31, COM and native programmers. For several years, expert-level object programmers have employed a growing collection of techniques to improve the structural integrity and performance of such existing software programs.
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The decision can be made with a simple if statement, but then you lose the predefined CreateInstance code in CComCoClass. Our goal in writing this book is to turn you into an ATL programmer, unafraid to reach into it and bend it to your will.
Every effort has been made to retain the essence of the original code, but, as always, the ATL source code is the final arbiter. ATL Internals accomplishes several things well; I will ATL internals book to describe the most valuable aspects of this book.
Many of the methods ATL internals book these classes simply iterate over the entries in the object map and ask each class in the map to perform the real work. Each chapter focuses on a specific aspect of COM. Related Articles. Topics include graphics and text ATL internals book, child windows, edit controls, toolbars, status bars and more.
The book closes with an investigation of using ATL as a windowing framework and wraps up with the development of a full-blown animated ActiveX control using ATL. Each chapter builds on the knowledge from the previous chapter.
Next page All COM servers need to support registration, class objects, and lifetime management. With the exception of the first chapter, this book was arranged from the lowest levels of ATL to the highest, each chapter building on knowledge in previous chapters.
While it may have been possible to complete this book without them, it would have been a pale imitation of what we were able to achieve with their help. These services can be used by components that may or may not provide their own user interface.
The overloaded method that accepts a bUnRegTypeLib parameter also unregisters the type library when the parameter is trUE. Every effort has been made to retain the essence of the original code, but, as always, the ATL source code is the final arbiter.
When writing these chapters, it became necessary not only to show diagrams and sample usage code, but also internal ATL implementation code. Each of the three derived classes provides support for a specific COM server type. If there are any errors in the sample source or in any part of this book, you may contact Brent Rector at Appendix B provides a list of the important ATL classes and the header files in which they are declared and often implemented.
In this book, Martin Fowler shows you where opportunities for refactoring typically can be found, and how to go about reworking a bad design into a good one.
Chapters 9, 10, and 11, on the other hand, concentrate on building both standalone applications and user interface components.
The S or D ATL internals book for Static or Dynamic. Referred to as "refactoring," these practices have remained in the domain of experts because no attempt has been made to transcribe the lore into a form that all developers could use. Chapters 9, 10, and 11, on ATL internals book other hand, concentrate on building both standalone applications and user interface components.
No trivia or quizzes yet. If it weren't for them, he'd never leave the computer some days. In fact, this book often becomes your personal tour guide through the ATL source code. Because the ATL team didn't write their code to be published in book form, it was often necessary to reformat it or even to abbreviate it.
ATL internals book you've seen ATL source code before and wondered why you can pass the name of a deriving class to a base class template, you may find Appendix A useful.Private Initialization.
Creators are handy because they follow the multiphase construction sequence ATL-based objects use. However, Creators return only an interface pointer, not a pointer to the implementing class (as in IBird* instead of CPenguin*).This can be a problem if the class exposes public member functions or if member data is not available via a COM interface.
Buy the ATL Internals: Working with ATL 8, 2E ebook. This acclaimed book by Kirk Fertitta is available at tjarrodbonta.com in several formats for your eReader. Apr 19, · Hi. I'm trying to use CComEnumOnSTL to create an enumerator object in my ATL code but keep running into the same problem.
Ive followed the info in the ATL Internals book and even looked at the sample code for it but still cant figure out why my version doesnt work! I created an interface called · Hi HopingForAnAnswer, When the code incorrectly.ATL Internals: Working with ATL 8 (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series) eBook: Chris Sells, Kirk Fertitta, Christopher Tavares, Brent E.
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Rate it Brand: Pearson Education.Jul ebook, · Chapter 13 Hello, ATL Server: A Modern C++ Web Platform Chapter 14 ATL Server Internals Appendix A C++ Templates by Example Appendix B ATL Header Files Appendix C Moving to ATL 8 Appendix D Attributed ATL Index Foreword.
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