Computing Projects in Visual Basic. Net

Author: D. Christopher

Publisher: Payne Gallway


Category: Computer programming

Page: 288

View: 548

Computing Projects In Visual Basic. NET has been written mainly for students of AS/A level Computing, 'A' level ICT and Advanced VCE ICT. The book covers everything needed to write a large program.

Computing Projects in Visual Basic. Net

Author: William Vasquez

Publisher: CreateSpace



Page: 162

View: 266

A programmer can create an application using the components provided by the Visual Basic program itself. Over time the community of programmers have developed new third party components, keeping this programming language to modern standards. Programs written in Visual Basic can also use the Windows API, which requires external function declarations. Furthermore, new third party functions (which are open source) using part VB6 source code and part embedded machine code, make the Visual Basic 6.0 applications faster than those designed in C++.

Visual Basic .NET at Work

Building 10 Enterprise Projects

Author: Tony Martin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 512

View: 953

Gain the tools to create 10 reusable enterprise projects utilizing the new features of VB.NET Going beyond the standard reference books, Tony Martin takes readers step-by-step through the process of creating ten reusable enterprise applications with the next version of Microsoft's leading programming language-Visual Basic.NET. Readers will start by building a standard application template, which will form the basis of all the projects. Martin explains how to combine VB.NET with other key technologies, such as Web Services, ASP.NET, XML, WebForms, and the Microsoft Mobile Framework, to solve the important issues corporate Visual Basic programmers face today. Microsoft Technologies CD-ROM includes complete source code for the projects in the book and the third-party tools required to build the projects. .NET Platform: The next big overhaul to Microsoft's technologies that will bring enterprise distributed computing to the next level by fully integrating the Internet into the development platform. This will allow interaction between any machine, on any platform, and on any device. Visual Basic.NET: The update to this popular visual programming language will offer greater Web functionality, more sophisticated object-oriented language features, links to Microsoft's new common runtime, and a new interface. ASP.NET: A programming framework (formerly known as Active Server Pages) for building powerful Web-based enterprise applications; can be programmed using VB.NET or C#. C#: Microsoft's new truly object-oriented programming language that builds on the strengths of C++ and the ease of Visual Basic; promises to give Sun's Java a run for its money.

Developing Web Applications with Visual Basic.NET and ASP.NET

Author: John Alexander

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 400

View: 112

John Alexander and bestselling author Billy Hollis show programmers how to develop enterprise-level Web applications using Microsoft's popular programming language—Visual Basic.NET. Features the incomparable insights and programming know-how of two popular Microsoft insiders, arming developers with proven tips and workarounds to use in their own projects Provides step-by-step instruction for creating business Web applications using ASP.NET and VB.NET Companion Web site contains all the code for the sample application

Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET Web Programming in 21 Days

Author: Peter G. Aitken

Publisher: Sams Publishing


Category: Computers

Page: 523

View: 377

Visual Basic .NET will integrate state of the art programming language features, including inheritance, polymorphism, and garbage collection. The book will explain these key concepts in a simple and practical way. Web Forms and Web Controls usher in an elegant way to make dynamic web pages. The book will cover these topics with how-to code examples and projects. One of the newest developments in Internet programming is the use of XML and the SOAP communication protocol. .NET Web Services harness these two technologies, and will be covered in some of the later sections of the book.

Computing with C# and the .NET Framework

Author: Art Gittleman

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning


Category: Computers

Page: 753

View: 639

A traditional CS1 text using C#, Computing with C# demystifies the art of programming with C# through an introduction rich with clear explanations and intuitive examples. The text serves as an accessible and thorough guide to object-oriented and event-driven programming concepts. Students develop a mastery of objects through the author's spiral teaching approach: first straightforward examples are presented, then simple class design, and finally the more difficult aspects of inheritance and polymorphism. The author applies this approach throughout the text, and students acquire a meaningful understanding of programming concepts and techniques.

Introduction to Computing Applications in Forestry and Natural Resource Management

Author: Jingxin Wang

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Computers

Page: 378

View: 596

Due to the complexity of operational forestry problems, computing applications are becoming pervasive in all aspects of forest and natural resource management. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to computers and their applications in forest and natural resource management and is designed for both undergraduate and graduate students in forestry and natural resources. It introduces state-of-the-art applications for several of the most important computer technologies in terms of data acquisition, data manipulation, basic programming techniques, and other related computer and Internet concepts and applications. This book consists of six parts and 19 chapters.

Practical Database Programming with Visual Basic.NET

Author: Ying Bai

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 896

View: 160

The most up-to-date Visual Basic.NET programming textbook—covering both fundamentals and advanced-level programming techniques—complete with examples and solutions Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET) is an object-oriented computer programming language that can be viewed as an evolution of the classic Visual Basic (VB), which is implemented on the .NET Framework. Microsoft currently supplies two major implementations of Visual Basic: Microsoft Visual Studio (which is commercial software) and Microsoft Visual Studio Express (which is free of charge). Forgoing the large amounts of programming codes found in most database programming books, Practical Database Programming with Visual Basic.NET shows students and professionals both how to develop professional and practical database programs in a Visual Basic.NET environment by using Visual Studio.NET Data Tools and Wizards related to ADO.NET 4.0, and how to apply codes that are auto-generated by solely using Wizards. The fully updated Second Edition: Covers both fundamentals and advanced database programming techniques Introduces three popular database systems with practical examples including MS Access, SQL Server 2008, and Oracle Features more than fifty sample projects with detailed illustrations and explanations to help students understand key techniques and programming technologies Includes downloadable programming codes and exercise questions This book provides undergraduate and graduate students as well as database programmers and software engineers with the necessary tools to handle the database programming issues in the Visual Studio.NET environment.

Mastering Visual Basic .NET

Author: Evangelos Petroutsos

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 1184

View: 573

VB Programmers: Get in Step with .NET With the introduction of Visual Basic .NET, VB transcends its traditional second-class status to become a full-fledged citizen of the object-oriented programming, letting you access the full power of the Windows platform for the first time. Written bythe author of the best-selling Mastering Visual Basic 6 this all-new edition is the resource you need to make a successful transition to .NET. Comprising in-depth explanations, practical examples, and handy reference information, its coverage includes: Mastering the new Windows Forms Designer and controls Building dynamic forms Using powerful Framework classes such as ArrayLists and HashTables Persisting objects to disk files Handling graphics and printing Achieving robustness via structured exception handling and debugging Developing your own classes and extending existing ones via inheritance Building custom Windows controls Building menus and list controls with custom-drawn items Using ADO.NET to build disconnected, distributed applications Using SQL queries and stored procedures with ADO.NET Facilitating database programming with the visual database tools Building web applications with ASP.NET and the rich web controls Designing web applications to access databases Using the DataGrid and DataList web controls Building XML web services to use with Windows and web applications Special topics like the Multiple Document Interface and powerful recursive programming techniques Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Computing Fundamentals and Programming in C

Author: Nasib Singh Gill



Category: Computers

Page: 856

View: 744

The complete spectrum of computing fundamentals starting from abc of computer to internet usage has been well covered in simple and readers loving style, The language used in the book is lucid, is easy to understand, and facilities easy grasping of concepts, The chapter have been logically arranged in sequence, The book is written in a reader-friendly manner both the students and the teachers, Most of the contents presented in the book are in the form of bullets, organized sequentially. This form of presentation, rather than in a paragraph form, facilities the reader to view, understand and remember the points better, The explanation is supported by diagrams, pictures and images wherever required, Sufficient exercises have been included for practice in addition to the solved examples in every chapter related to C programming, Concepts of pointers, structures, Union and file management have been extensively detailed to help advance learners, Adequate exercises have been given at the end of the every chapter, Pedagogy followed for sequencing the contents on C programming supported by adequate programming examples is likely to help the reader to become proficient very soon, 200 problems on C programming & their solutions, 250 Additional descriptive questions on C programming.

MCAD / MCSD: Visual Basic .NET Windows and Web Applications Study Guide

Exams 70-305 and 70-306

Author: Brian Reisman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 896

View: 416

Here's the book you need to prepare for the Developing Web Applications (70-305) and Developing Windows-based Applications (70-306) MCAD and MCSD exams. This Study Guide provides: In-depth coverage of official exam objectives Practical information on using Visual Basic .NET to develop Windows and Web applications Hands-on exercises designed to give you the skills needed to approach the exams with confidence Authoritative coverage of all exam objectives, including: Creating user services Creating and managing components and .NET assemblies Consuming and manipulating data Testing and debugging Configuring, deploying, supporting, and securing Windows-based and Web applications Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Visual Basic .NET!

I Didn't Know You Could Do That...

Author: Matt Tagliaferri

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 303

View: 991

Discover Visual Basic .NET Visual Basic .NET! I Didn't Know You Could Do That. . . will help you conquer the .NET learning curve quickly as you make the transition to Microsoft's new programming paradigm. Inside you'll find loads of ideas and advice that will teach you the essential aspects of VB.NET. You'll also find a companion CD loaded with more than 60 ready-to-run pieces of code that you can implement in your VB.NET projects. Stop Monkeyin' Around and Get Up to Speed on VB.NET This book covers all the key changes in the new version of Visual Basic. Numerous example projects provide both an excellent teaching aid and a great source library. With the tips and tricks in Visual Basic .NET! I Didn't Know You Could Do That..., you'll be impressing your fellow VB programmers in no time. Go Bananas—Become a VB.NET Expert Inside you'll learn how to: Write smarter code Use new object-oriented language features Understand garbage collection Use databases Use VB objects in ASP.NET pages Write and Consume XML web services And much more!

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Visual Basic.NET

Author: Clayton Walnum

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Computers

Page: 383

View: 787

Yours"re no idiot, of course. You know no programming language is easy, but yours"ve heard Visual Basic .NET is friendlier than others. Still, just the thought of tangling with all those strings of code makes you feel computer-illiterate. Now yours"ll be fluent in no time! The Complete Idiotrs"s Guidereg; to Visual Basic .NET explains all the essential concepts in a series of easy-to-understand lessons. In this Complete Idiotrs"s Guidereg;, you get: --Step-by-step instructions for creating a simple Windowsreg; application. --Complete information on new I/) class libraries of Visual Basic .NET. --A comprehensive list of the controls available in Visual Basic .NET. --Foolproof information on object-oriented programming-and how itrs"s implemented using Visual Basic .NET.

Visual Basic 2008 Programming Black Book, Platinum Edition (With Cd)

Author: Kogent Solutions Inc.

Publisher: Dreamtech Press


Category: BASIC (Computer program language)

Page: 1792

View: 467

Visual Basic 2008 Black Book Is The Most Comprehensive Book That You Will Find On Visual Baisc.Net. It Contains Useful Material On All The Concepts Of Visual Basic 2008, And At The Same Time, Teaches You How To Implement These Concepts Programmatically By Providing Appropriate Examples Along-With Detailed Explanations. This Edition Of The Book Particularly Deals With Some New And Advanced Topics: Such As Wpf, Wcf, Wf, Asp.Net, Ajax, Silverlight, And Linq. This Unique Book On Visual Basic 2008 Has Extensive Coverage Of The Language; No Doubt, Every Aspect Of The Book Is Worth Its Price. Part I - .Net Framework 3.5 And Visual Studio 2008 Chapter 1: Getting Started With .Net Framework 3.5 Chapter 2: Introducing Visual Studio 2008 Part Ii - Visual Basic Programming Language And Oops Chapter 3: Introducing Visual Basic 2008 Chapter 4: Flow Control And Exception Handling In Visual Basic 2008 Chapter 5: Object-Oriented Programming In Visual Basic 2008 Part Iii - Windows Forms And Wpf Chapter 6: Windows Forms In Visual Basic 2008 Chapter 7: Windows Forms Controls - I Chapter 8: Windows Forms Controls- Ii Chapter 9: Windows Forms Controls - Iii Chapter 10: Windows Forms Controls - Iv Chapter 11: Windows Forms Controls - V Chapter 12: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation Chapter 13: Working With Wpf 3.5 Controls, Resources, Styles, Templates, And Commands Chapter 14: Using Graphics And Multimedia In Windows Forms And Wpf Part Iv - Asp.Net 3.5 Chapter 15: Introducing Asp.Net 3.5 And Web Forms Chapter 16: Standard Web Server Controls Chapter 17: Navigation Controls In Asp.Net 3.5 Chapter 18: Login And Web Parts Controls In Asp.Net 3.5 Chapter 19: Enhancing Web Applications With Silverlight Part V - Services And Deployment Chapter 20: Asp.Net 3.5 Web Services Chapter 21: Introducing Windows Communication Foundation Chapter 22: Deploying Windows And Web Applications Part Vi - Ado.Net And Linq Chapter 23: Data Access With Ado.Net Chapter 24: Data Binding In Windows Forms And Wpf Applications Chapter 25: Data Binding In Asp.Net Applications Chapter 26: Working With Linq Part Vii - Advanced Topics Chapter 27: Working With Windows Workflow Foundation Chapter 28: Threading In Visual Basic 2008 Chapter 29: Collections And Generics Chapter 30: Working With Xml And .Net Chapter 31: The My Object Chapter 32: .Net Assemblies Chapter 33: Developing Windows Mobile Applications Chapter 34: Security And Cryptography In .Net Chapter 35: .Net Remoting In Visual Basic 2008 Chapter 36: Human Resources Management System

Visual Basic .NET Power Coding

Author: Paul Kimmel

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional


Category: Computers

Page: 708

View: 103

bull; Demystifies aspects of Visual Basic .NET that are difficult to master, such as remoting, multithreading, reflection, security, and COM interoperability. bull; Contains in-depth coverage of topics barely touched upon in other books. bull; Author is a well-known and respected guru in the Microsoft programming community.

Visual Basic 2005 in a Nutshell

Author: Tim Patrick

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."


Category: Computers

Page: 746

View: 242

The classic Nutshell guide to Microsoft's Visual Basic programming language is completely revised and reorganized to cover the forthcoming VB 3005 version, as well as VB .NET 1.1.

Essential VB .Net fast

Author: John Cowell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Computers

Page: 249

View: 516

Develop applications for Windows and the Web fast, using VB .NET.

Trustworthy Cloud Computing

Author: Vladimir O. Safonov

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons



Page: 352

View: 570

Introduces the topic of cloud computing with an emphasis on the trustworthiness of cloud computing systems and services This book describes the scientific basis of cloud computing, explaining the ideas, principles, and architectures of cloud computing as well the different types of clouds and the services they provide. The text reviews several cloud computing platforms, including Microsoft Azure, Amazon, Oracle, Google, HP, IBM, Salesforce, and Kaavo. The author addresses the problem of trustworthiness in cloud computing and provides methods to improve the security and privacy of cloud applications. The end-of-chapter exercises and supplementary material on the book's companion website will allow readers to grasp the introductory and advanced level concepts of cloud computing. Examines cloud computing platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon, Oracle, Google, HP, IBM, Salesforce, and Kaavo Analyzes the use of aspect-oriented programming (AOP) for refactoring cloud services and improving the security and privacy of cloud applications Contains practical examples of cloud computing, test questions, and end-of-chapter exercises Includes presentations, examples of cloud projects and other teaching resources at the author’s website ( Trustworthy Cloud Computing is written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in computer science, data science, and computer engineering as well as software engineers, system architects, system managers, and software developers new to cloud computing.