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عنوان: Renaissance Theory (The Art Seminar)
مؤلف: Elkins/Williams
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ناشر: RoutledgeFalmer
سال انتشار: 2008
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تعداد صفحات: 550
شابک: 0415960452
شابک(13): 9780415960458
مشخصات: x, 550 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
رده بندی کنگره: N6370
دیویی: 709.02/4
دیویی نرمال: 709.024
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چکیده
Renaissance Theory presents an animated conversation among art historians about the optimal ways of conceptualizing Renaissance art, and the links between Renaissance art and contemporary art and theory. This is the first discussion of its kind, involving not only questions within Renaissance scholarship, but issues of concern to art historians and critics in all fields. Organized as a virtual roundtable discussion, the contributors discuss rifts and disagreements about how to understand the Renaissance and debate the principal texts and authors of the last thirty years who have sought to reconceptualize the period. They then turn to the issue of the relation between modern art and the Renaissance: Why do modern art historians and critics so seldom refer to the Renaissance? Is the Renaissance our indispensable heritage, or are we cut off from it by the revolution of modernism? The volume includes an introduction by Rebecca Zorach and two final, synoptic essays, as well as contributions from some of the most prominent thinkers on Renaissance art including Stephen Campbell, Michael Cole, Frederika Jakobs, Frank Fehrenbach, Claire Farago, and Matt Kavaler.
 
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As boring as he looks


I agree with Demetrius. The book lacks substance and the style is dry, dry dry. I know this stuff isn't sexy, but this author seems to go out of his way to put the reader to sleep. A pity. All the other books in this series I've read (quite a few) are much, much better.
 
Thursday, November 13, 2008

Not much here


I'm not sure what the basic idea for the book was; to provide a summary of some (not anywhere near all) the features of the Visual Studio SDK or to serve as an introduction to using the SDK?

In any case, the book is mostly filler. The few examples are always trivial ones like hooking up a button or printing a message somewhere. I think I learned more about the capabilities of the SDK from reading the (argh!) actual SDK doc intros than from reading this entire book.

If you just want to write macros or add-ins for Visual Studio then there are other better books, online examples, etc. If you want to do something more advanced like create a VSPackage, language service, etc. then this is not the book.
 
Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Good Book


Keyvan Nayyeri explores each of the areas of VS Extensibility. He breaks the book up into logical sections, first illustrating the API that Visual Studio uses to represent the user interface. If you have never looked at the API for Visual Studio before, it's not user friendly, so it was good that he provided a brief description of the properties and methods for the various objects, followed by a few examples using those objects to perform certain tasks.

I thought some of the most useful content of the book features discussions on showing custom windows forms, and creating custom option windows using user controls (to display in the Tools > Options dialog), and creating custom debugger type proxies and visualizers. That's definitely not all the book focuses on; the subject matter also ranges in the areas of working with solutions, projects, code files, the text editor, command bars, custom windows, deployment, testing, unit testing and more.

The book covers other topics related to extensibility. Keyvan covers the Visual Studio hive and how it can be used when developing VS extensions. It also covers Domain Specific Language tools (which I was appreciative for because I didn't fully understand what DSL was supposed to be) by creating a sample language. Code Snippets and Templates are another feature I look forward to implement in one of my applications, because it will be very useful and helpful to my fellow coworkers. And, one of the more interesting topics for VS Packages,
Keyvan works with a consistent motion throughout the book. When he explained the API, he started out explaining each object related to the chapter, then ended the chapter with some sample code. When getting into the other subjects like extending the debugger or macros, Keyvan discusses each subject and mixes in screenshots and code of what each feature looks like as he goes. Only in a couple of chapters does he primarily show the screenshots of how the utility or feature gets setup.

The other point about the book is how he attempt to explain the intricate details about the code that Visual Studio generates, regarding the Connect.cs and .AddIn files generated by the template. This is important because even though the code is generated for you. Again, it's not always clear what the code files are for and it's good to get an overview of these files from the book, and their purpose.

This book help whet my appetite for developing extensions, and I hope to develop one that is functional. The one caveat to this book is that it left me wanting to know more about extensibility, and I thought a few topics were cut short from what they could have been. I agree no book is perfect and will explain every subject to the readers desire, but I felt that a few more examples, or a larger example in an appendix would have been a benefit to the readers.
 
Sunday, June 22, 2008

A good introduction.


This is one of those difficult books to review because it attempts to cover a huge topic. Overall it provides a good overview of Visual Studio extensibility but if you want to really use it you're going to have to dive into the MSDN documentation and browse the source on CodePlex (Iron Python and Iron Python Studio are a must). Some topics, such as DSLs and MSBuild have other books dedicated to them.

Unfortunately, due to the depth of the topic, a lot of the chapters are simple introductions and are only useful for highlighting a feature and what can be done with it. This isn't a bad thing, although I think these chapters could have been shortened and merged, and other topics added for completeness (such as language services).

Overall, the book is well written with few errors, although chapter 11 (Tools Options Page) seems to have missed the editors pen and the code is incorrect (and/or not explained properly). The chapters on extending the debugger (17), code snippets (19) and templates (20) are particularly useful and make the book a worthwhile read.
 
Thursday, June 12, 2008

Wide, but shallow


Covers all aspects of VS extensibility, but in a shallow way. Its not surprising, considering the page count and the number of different ways you can extend and use Visual Studio.

The book concentrates more on addins than other points of extensibility. So if you're looking at creating an addin, or some other not-too-complex work (such as visualizers) this is a good starting point.

If you are looking to do some heavy lifting, such as creating VS packages, you won't get much more than an introduction into the subject. A good intro, but not much more.
 
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