TitleObject-oriented class design using the Microsoft Foundation classes
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
Copyright HolderComputer History Museum
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"Object-orientation delivers reusability which shortens product development and allows applications to be changed quickly to react to new demands. In this lecture, Scott Randell addresses the importance of class libraries in object-oriented development, using the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) as an example. He covers basic background details in object-oriented programming, the usage of the C++ programming language, and Microsoft Windows (including OLE 2). Then he discusses architecture, features and usage details of MFC, and applications built on the application framework using real-world examples."