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Friday, September 24, 2010

Object-Oriented Programming in VB.NET

.NET is a revolutionary advance in programming technology that greatly simplifies application development.Microsoft’s popular Visual Basic programming language has been upgraded to take advantage of the new .NET features. Visual Basic .NET, or simply VB.NET, has become a full object-oriented programming language with capabilities comparable to C++, Java, and Microsoft’s new language C#.This course is a practical introduction to programming in VB.NET and the use of services provided by .NET. Item phasizes the VB.NET language and how to build VB.NET applications from an object-oriented perspective.Previous knowledge of Visual Basic is not essential.One of the strengths of Visual Basic, and the reason it has enjoyed such widespread use, is the ease in which Windows application can be developed. Microsoft has revamped the way thatWindows applications are built under .NET. Windows Forms, used by .NET languages, represents a class library that brings uniformity to the components of a Windows application. The course includes substantial coverage of using Windows Forms in VB.NET.The course consists of three parts. The first part covers the fundamentals of Microsoft’s VB.NET programming language. It begins with a very brief chapter “what you need to know about .NET”, which gets you up and running in the .NET environment with a minimum of fuss. The next chapter introduces Visual Studio .NET. The last five chapters cover the VB.NET language essentials. The second part discusses object-oriented programming in VB.NET. It contains three chapters that focus on developing classes using VB.NET and then extending them via Visual Basic .NET’s inheritance capabilities. Interface-based programming is also introduced.The third part introduces the Windows Forms class library. Programmers familiar with previous versions of VB will notice that this significantly changes the programming model, yet also introduces flexibility not previously available. The three chapters in this module evolve from building simple dialog applications, to the use of menus,status bars, and tool bars. It concludes with an introduction to database-driven GUI applications.

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