Chapter 3. Application Domains, Reflection, and Metadata
The power and flexibility of the Microsoft .NET Framework is enhanced by the ability to inspect and manipulate types and metadata at runtime. The recipes in this chapter describe how to use application domains, reflection, and metadata. Specifically, the recipes in this chapter describe how to do the following:
Create application domains into which you can load assemblies that are isolated from the rest of your application (recipe 3-1)
Control the loading of assemblies and the instantiation of types in local ...