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An Introduction To .NET Remoting

.Net remoting lets us work with remote objects programatically. In this article David gives us the 101 on .NET remoting and shows us how to create a remote object.

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By: David Talbot
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August 28, 2002
  1. · An Introduction To .NET Remoting
  2. · Creating The Shared Library
  3. · The Server Object
  4. · The Remote Client
  5. · Conclusion

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An Introduction To .NET Remoting - Conclusion
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In closing, .NET remoting is very simple to use and can provide an excellent way to work with resources across your network or the Internet. In this article we've only touched on the basics of .NET remoting, but hopefully you've now seen enough code to see how useful and efficient .NET remoting can be.

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