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830 pages

Application Development Using Visual Basic and .Net

Creator: Robert J. Oberg, Peter Thorsteinson, Dana L. Wyatt | Computers - 2003

Experienced programmers: Quickly come up to speed on the new, powerful Visual Basic .NET Practical, hands-on coverage of the .NET Framework, CLR, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Web services, security, interoperability, and more Running case study: see ...

Publisher: Prentice Hall

About this book
Application Development Using Visual Basic and .NETgives experienced developers unprecedented insight for building .NET enterprise applications with Visual Basic .NET. A running case study covers the entire process from creating a monolithic VB.NET console application to adding a Windows Forms interface, isolating functionality inside components, providing database access and security, and delivering functionality through ASP.NET and Web services. The book includes a self-contained language overview for new Visual Basic .NET users.



320 pages

Learning Visual Basic .Net

Creator: Jesse Liberty | Computers - 2002-10-25

Discusses the fundamentals of the language, programming in the Microsoft .NET Framework, and object-oriented software development.

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

About this book
Most Visual Basic .NET books are written for experienced object-oriented programmers, but many programmers jumping on the .NET bandwagon are coming from non-object-oriented languages, such as Visual Basic 6.0 or from script programming, such as JavaScript. These programmers, and those who are adopting VB.NET as their first programming language, have been out of luck when it comes to finding a high-quality introduction to the language that helps them get started. That's why Jesse Liberty, author of the best-selling books Programming C#and Programming ASP.NET, has written an entry-level guide to Visual Basic .NET. Written in a warm and friendly manner, this book assumes no prior programming experience, and provides an easy introduction to Microsoft's most popular .NET language. Learning Visual Basic .NETis a complete introduction to VB.NET and object-oriented programming. This book will help you build a solid foundation in .NET, and show how to apply your skills by using hundreds of examples to help you become productive quickly. Learning Visual Basic .NETintroduces fundamentals like Visual Studio .NET, a tool set for building Windows and Web applications. You'll learn about the syntax and structure of the Visual Basic .NET language, including operators, classes and interfaces, structs, arrays, and strings. Liberty then demonstrates how to develop various kinds of applications--including those that work with databases--and web services. By the time you've finished Learning Visual Basic .NET, you'll be ready to move on to a more advanced programming guide that will help you create large-scale web and Windows applications. Whether you have a little object-oriented programming experience or you are new to programming altogether, Visual Basic .NET will set you firmly on your way to mastering the essentials of the VB.NET language.



343 pages

A Programmer's Introduction to Visual Basic.Net

Creator: Craig Utley | Computers - 2002

NET • Console Application — Many of the Windows administrative tools are still console (or command line or DOSl applications. ... Now, console applications are natively supported by VB .NET. • Windows Service — As with console applications, there was no good way to ... Windows services, of course, are programs that run in the background of Windows, and can automatically start when the machine is ...

Publisher: Sams Publishing

About this book
A Programmer's Introduction to Visual Basic .NEThelps current Visual Basic developers identify and understand some of the major changes are between Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET. This book also explores why developers should move to Visual Basic. Learn about the .NET framework, VB .NET VB .NET inheritance, VB .NET web services, VB .NET web applications, VB .NET Windows services, .NET Assemblies, ADO.NET and ASP.NET. Additional topics include: Building Classes and Assemblies with VB.NET; Building Windows Services with VB.NET; Upgrading VB6 Projects to VB.NET; Performance Security; Configuration and Deployment.



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