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Monday, 31 October 2011

Special Edition Using MS Visual Basic .NET

This book will offer in-depth explorations of new features so that both experienced programmers and novices will feel comfortable making the transition to .NET. Although a major portion of the book is devoted to Internet applications, the book covers more general topics than many other books. Features of Visual Basic that will be explained include database access, controls, and best coding and practices. These features will be explored in detail, with extensive use of example programs and screen captures.We feel that this book has something to offer for all skill levels. If you have never used Visual Basic before, the initial chapters provide the necessary step-by-step instructions to get you used to the Visual Studio programming environment. Users of previous versions of Visual Basic (experienced or not) will appreciate extensive, detailed coverage of the new features available in VB .NET and explanations of the changes from previous versions. Readers who are new to computer programming in general should note that technical details are sprinkled with “words of wisdom” and real-world examples to help you understand new concepts.
Some readers may need a reference to find information about a particular topic quickly. Other readers might want to follow the book in tutorial style by reading each chapter start to finish. Readers of Special Edition Using Visual Basic .NET should be able do either. Each topic is explained in a narrative fashion, with lists, pictures, and sample code to allow the reader to quickly absorb the technical details. For those seeking instant gratification, many chapters include exercises that provide step-by-step instructions to try out a particular topic on your own. Special Edition Using Visual Basic .NET is divided into six parts and a section of appendices.
TABLE OF CONTENT:Chapter 01 - Introduction to Visual Basic .NETChapter 02 - Creating Your First Windows ApplicationChapter 03 - Creating Your First Web ApplicationChapter 04 - Understanding the Development EnvironmentChapter 05 - Visual Basic Building BlocksChapter 06 - Storing Information in VariablesChapter 07 - Controlling the Flow of Your ProgramChapter 08 - Managing Program Tasks with ProceduresChapter 09 - Creating Code ComponentsChapter 10 - Understanding Windows FormsChapter 11 - Fundamental ControlsChapter 12 - Advanced ControlsChapter 13 - Using Dialog BoxesChapter 14 - Designing an Effective User InterfaceChapter 15 - Multiple Document Interface (MDI) ApplicationsChapter 16 - Creating Your Own Windows ControlsChapter 17 - Using Active Server Pages.NETChapter 18 - Web Applications and ServicesChapter 19 - Web ControlsChapter 20 - Database BasicsChapter 21 - ActiveX Data Objects (ADO)Chapter 22 - Using ADO.NET (ADO)Chapter 23 - Creating and Using ReportsChapter 24 - Working with FilesChapter 25 - Interacting with Other ApplicationsChapter 26 - Debugging and Performance TuningChapter 27 - Writing a Pocket PC Application

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