Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to the .NET Framework Class Library is the definitive guide every Visual Basic .NET developer needs to understand the capabilities of .NET namespaces and increase productivity inside the .NET framework. Lars Powers and Mike Snell have provided a comprehensive book that details the capabilities of the key namespaces, and then explains how to leverage them by extension or reference to create applications ranging from simple to complex.
Each chapter provides a brief introduction to the selected technology, followed by detailed suggestions, reference material, and a sample application that illustrates common programming tasks using the classes, interfaces, delegates, and events of a specific .NET namespace. This book answers the primary questions that VB .NET developers will face as they start developing code in the .NET environment, including: What does the .NET class library provide me in terms of re-usable code? Are there .NET structures available that I can use to accomplish a specific task? How do I go about interfacing with the .NET framework through my code?
Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to the .NET Framework Class Library is a comprehensive guide as you learn how to use the .NET Framework classes, then it will become a trusted reference as your experience and needs grow in the world of .NET.