Essential VB .NET fast by John CowellEssential VB .NET fast by John Cowell

Essential VB .NET fast

byJohn Cowell

Paperback | April 17, 2002

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Visual Basic .NET is part of the Visual Studio .NET family of products in addition to Visual C++ and the new programming language Visual C#. While the syntax and style of Visual Basic .NET is very similar to earlier versions of Visual Basic this version has many important improvements, which will ensure that Visual Basic remains as Microsoft's most popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for application development. Whether you want to develop applications for Windows or for the World Wide Web (WWW) Visual Basic .NET is an excellent tool for producing reliable, professional applications fast. Visual Basic has set the standard as one of the best development environments for Windows applications, but increasingly we want to create applications for the WWW which will run within a browser environment. This version of Visual Basic provides an excellent set of tools for doing this. The WWW is a part of the Internet and originally Web pages were written in simple HTML and were static, that is you could look at them and follow links to other pages but you could not do anything else. To develop a Web application which can respond to user requests, for example, reading a database, and updating the Web page, other tools apart from HTML are needed. Visual Basic .NET uses an extended version of ASP called ASP.NET for doing this.
Title:Essential VB .NET fastFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 17, 2002Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1852335912

ISBN - 13:9781852335915

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Table of Contents

1. Why Use VB .NET 2. The Visual Basic .NET IDE 3. Windows Controls 4. Windows Applications 5. Variables and Operators6. Controlling Program Flow 7. Functions and Procedures8. Classes and Objects 9. Further Windows Controls 10. Web Applications 11. Web Server Controls 11. Working with Forms 12. Working with Dialogs 13. Mouse and Keyboard Events 14. Databases and SQL 15. The Data Form Wizard 16. Datareader and Dataset