Beginning Visual Basic 2005 (with source code)

Author(s): Thearon Willis, Bryan Newsome
Publisher: Wilez
Year: Nov 2005
ISBN: 0764574019
Language: English
File type: PDF
Pages: 830
Size (for download): 22 MB

Visual Basic 2005 is Micro$ofts latest version of the highly popular Visual Basic .NET programming language, one of the many languages supported in Visual Studio 2005. Visual Basic 2005’s strength lies in itsease of use and the speed at which you can create Windows applications, Web applications, mobile device applications, and Web Services.

In this book, we will introduce you to programming with Visual Basic 2005 and show you how to create the types of applications and services mentioned above. Along the way you’ll also learn about object-oriented techniques and learn how to create your own business objects and Windows controls.

Micro$ofts .NET Framework provides Visual Basic 2005 programmers with the ability to create full object oriented programs, just like the ones created using C# or C++. The .NET Framework provides a set of base classes that are common to all programming languages in Visual Studio 2005, which provides you with the same ability to create object-oriented programs as a programmer using C# or C++.

Chapter 01 – Welcome to Visual Basic 2005
Chapter 02 – The Micro$oft .NET Framework
Chapter 03 – Writing Software
Chapter 04 – Controlling the Flow
Chapter 05 – Working with Data Structures
Chapter 06 – Building Windows Applications
Chapter 07 – Displaying Dialog Boxes
Chapter 08 – Creating Menus
Chapter 09 – Debugging and Error Handling
Chapter 10 – Building Objects
Chapter 11 – Advanced Object-Oriented Techniques
Chapter 12 – Building Class Libraries
Chapter 13 – Creating Your Own Custom Controls
Chapter 14 – Programming Custom Graphics
Chapter 15 – Accessing Databases
Chapter 16 – Database Programming with SQL Server and ADO.NET
Chapter 17 – Web Forms
Chapter 18 – Forms Authentication
Chapter 19 – Visual Basic 2005 and XML
Chapter 20 – Web Services and .NET Remoting
Chapter 21 – Deploying Your Application
Chapter 22 – Building Mobile Applications.


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