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Outlook Custom Forms - An Introduction  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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We are very familiar with different outlook forms such as message form for emails, calendar form for set the event or appointments, task form contact form etc. we can use various functionalities of these forms in our .net application for example if we want to send an email message form outlook than we can open default outlook message form from our application. but there are some limitation suppose if we want to add some more functionalities on this outlook message forms like we want to add some ...

Send Email with VB.NET windows application     
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Normally a windows app needs SMTP server to send email. But to setup SMTP server in every client machine is not feasible. With this setup, the emailing will be handled by the web application (as most asp.net servers give smtp access) and the windows app will POST email details including attachment to a ASP.NET page and the page can get the values from the controls and send the mail....

PropertyBag in VB .NET     
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This article gives an overview of the propertybag class implemented in VB.NET.

Basically Propertybag is a virtual container which can hold any type of data and can be used to persist objects between instances. This class simulates the behaviour of propertybag supported in VB 6.0....

Visual Basic .NET Internals     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework has opened a new world for Visual Basic developers. Visual Basic .NET combines the power of the .NET Framework and the common language runtime with the productivity benefits that are the hallmark of Visual Basic. Although the Visual Basic .NET language looks the same on the surface, the internal implementation of the language and the compiler have evolved significantly since Visual Basic 6. This paper examines those internals so that you can make choices that affect ...

Around the World with Visual Basic     
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The Visual Basic team at Microsoft has spent much of the past eight months out on the road as a part of the Visual Basic® .NET User Group Tour 2004. We've had a chance to visit 13 user groups in the U.S. and Canada, another 12 in Europe, and 9 in Asia and India. Some of the best memories include the 3-hour presentation in Portland that kicked off the tour, fielding questions from 300 people in California, and hanging out with developers until 1 A.M. in Croatia. For some photos from the tour, ch...

An Overview of Visual Basic 2005     
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Get on overview of the new features in Visual Basic 2005 including, My Visual Basic, IntelliSense, Edit and Continue, AutoCorrect, Just My Code, Windows Forms enhancements, and more....

Visual Basic .NET (VB .NET)     
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Visual Basic .NET (VB .NET) is the next, reenergized version of the Visual Basic language that has been implemented as a fully .NET compliant language. With VB .NET you can develop .NET applications, including Windows applications, Web Services and ASP.NET Web applications. VB6 has no support for inheritance and other object-oriented features, multithreading, and integration with other languages, etc. VB .NET provides solution to all of these VB6 limitations....

The Living Language—Visual Basic 2005     
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Improved syntax, new keywords, and a host of new features keep Visual Basic changing and growing. But just because languages can withstand change doesn't mean you can misuse words....

A Sneak Preview of Visual Basic 2005     
Total Hits: 876  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Getz      Rating:  
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Provides on overview of the new features in Visual Basic 2005 including, My Visual Basic, IntelliSense, Edit and Continue, AutoCorrect, Just My Code, Windows Forms enhancements, and more....

Object Oriented Programming for VB.NET - Part 2     
Total Hits: 4360  |  Today: 0Author: Budi Kurniawan      Rating:  
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Interfaces, inheritance and polymorphism ... what do all those cool words mean? This article presents an introduction to object-oriented programming with VB.NET, a language that fully support OOP features.
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VB .NET Language in a Nutshell: What's New and Different in VB .NET     
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Learn about the fundamental changes to the VB language syntax, functionality, error handling and additional object-oriented programming (OOP) support in this excerpt from VB .NET Language in a Nutshell.
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Object Oriented Programming for VB.NET - Part 1     
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VB.NET offers the full features of an object oriented programming (OOP) language. Even though the concept of objects is not entirely new to VB programmers, writing object oriented code probably is.
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An Introduction to VB.NET Attributes, Part 1     
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In Part One of a three-part excerpt from O'Reilly's VB .NET Language in a Nutshell, the authors give an introduction to Attributes and its syntax and use....

HOW TO: Use the Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard (Q317885)      
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This step-by-step article explains how to create a simple Visual Basic 6.0 application, and then upgrade the application to Visual Basic .NET by using the Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard in Visual Studio .NET.
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A Programmer's Introduction to Visual Basic.NET     
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With the publication of A Programmer’s Introduction to Visual Basic.NET, Sams provides the first resource for Visual Basic developers to quickly and efficiently make the change to Visual Basic.NET.
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Drill Down on VB.NET     
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The VB language is growing up. It's acquiring new features and capabilities VB developers have only dreamed of previously—features so powerful that it's exciting to imagine what you might do with them. At the same time, growing up is hard to do. This version of VB, which is now in beta and likely to hit the shelves sometime in Q4 of 2001, comes with a significant learning curve, as well as some subtle changes that stand a good chance of tripping you up....

Getting Started with Visual Basic.NET     
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This sample application demonstrates how to build a simple VB.NET project that implements the QuickSort algorithm. It covers the basic components of a VB.NET program, reading/writing to the console and files, creating functions, and using basic arrays....

Leverage the .NET Framework with Visual Basic .NET     
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Using the .NET Framework, Microsoft Visual Basic® developers can build robust applications that were very difficult to write in previous versions of Visual Basic. This paper will discuss the benefits of using the .NET Framework, and will cover some of the powerful features Visual Basic developers can leverage with the framework, including multithreading and thread pooling, Windows Services, and file system monitoring....

A simple file system for create, read, write, delete and show properties of a text file     
Total Hits: 156  |  Today: 0Author: SAEED7      Rating:  
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Hi everybody, This program is a very, very simple program that can create, read, write and delete a text file. Also it can read properties of a file. It's really simple. So I did not make an educational document for it. I wish it can solve some of your problems with file system....

Sort generic collection     
Total Hits: 174  |  Today: 0Author: Armin Kabir      Rating:  
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Each month the best article in each category will be awarded a swag of prizes based on the votes of readers. Every month a link to a voting form will be placed on the homepage and after 2 weeks of voting the winners will be decided - by you! We'll put together a bunch of prizes from different companies and it's winner takes all....


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