By Chaur Wu
Professional DLR in .NET four introduces you to the DLR, exhibiting how one can use it to put in writing software program that mixes dynamic and static languages, letting you opt the perfect software for the task. you'll examine the center DLR elements equivalent to LINQ expressions, name websites, binders, and dynamic items - and the way they interact to accomplish language interoperability. you will see the right way to mix'n'match gadgets and services from compiled and dynamic languages, so that you can write code within the language of your selection whereas profiting from libraries written in different languages. and you can become aware of how many of the languages interoperate backstage.