Beginning Visual Basic .NET

If you’re new to Visual Basic .NET, this book gets you started right. By chapter 3, you’ll be developing simple but complete applications. By chapter 5, you’ll be doing some serious programming. And by chapter 7, you’ll be able to code, test, and debug object-oriented programs with Visual Basic .NET.

Of course, there’s a lot more to Visual Basic .NET than one beginning book can cover. But this book gets you started with all of the important features and capabilities of Visual Basic .NET and prepares you for learning more about them on your own. That’s why we say that no other book or course will get you started faster or better than this book.

This book is for anyone who wants to learn how to use Visual Basic .NET for developing business applications. It works if you have no programming experience at all. It works if you have programming experience with another language like COBOL or Java. It works if you already know Visual Basic 6. And it works if you’ve already read three or four other Visual Basic .NET books and still don’t know how to develop a real-world business application.

If you’re completely new to programming, the prerequisites are minimal. First, you need to be familiar with the Windows interface. This means that you have used Windows applications like Word or Excel so you’re comfortable with tasks like opening, saving, printing, and closing files. Second, you should know how to use the Windows Explorer to copy folders and files from one location to another.

Chapter 01 - How to get started with Visual Basic .NET
Chapter 02 - How to develop a Windows Forms application
Chapter 03 - Visual Basic language essentials (part 1)
Chapter 04 - Visual Basic language essentials (part 2)
Chapter 05 - Visual Basic language essentials (part 3)
Chapter 06 - How to develop object-oriented applications
Chapter 07 - How to test and debug an application
Chapter 08 - How to work with Windows controls
Chapter 09 - How to develop a multi-form application
Chapter 10 - How to enhance the user interface
Chapter 11 - How to work with dates and strings
Chapter 12 - How to work with arrays and collections
Chapter 13 - How to work with structures and files
Chapter 14 - How to use XML with files
Chapter 15 - More skills for object-oriented programming
Chapter 16 - An introduction to database programming
Chapter 17 - How to develop a database application with ADO.NET
Chapter 18 - How to work with bound controls and parameterized queries
Chapter 19 - How to develop a Web Forms application
Chapter 20 - How to create and use web services

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