Visual Basic .NET Kick Start is a rapid-progression tutorial that presents Visual Basic .NET to working programmers already familiar with another programming language or tool. This book speeds through basic concepts and focuses on practical examples showing the advantages of Visual Basic .NET in ASP programming, application design and creation, and .NET Web Services development. Because previous versions of Visual Basic are so prevalent, this book pays special attention to issues developers face when moving from VB to VB.NET. Although Visual Basic .NET Kick Start assumes no knowledge of the .NET Framework, it skips the handholding and basic programming instruction associated with entry-level tutorials. Full of code examples, tips, and professional insights, this book is about maximum payoff with minimum effort for the working programming who wants to use Visual Basic .NET now.
Table of contents
- About the Author
- About the Contributors
- We Want to Hear from You!
- What Is .NET?
- What has Changed from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET?
- What This Book Covers
- Introducing Visual Basic .NET 2003
- Visual Basic .NET Language Changes
- Building Windows Applications
- Working with Files
- Data Binding
- Data Without the Binding
- Object-Oriented Programming in Visual Basic .NET
- Building Custom Controls
- Integrating with COM
- Advanced Topics
- The Upgrade Challenge
- Title: Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET 2003 Kick Start
- Release date: November 2003
- Publisher(s): Sams
- ISBN: 0672325497
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