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New Object-Oriented Capabilities in VB.NET     
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A sample chapter about New Object Oriented capabilities in VisualBasic.Net, from the Wrox book, VB.NET Programming....

Paging long articles in Classic ASP     
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Long articles are better broken into bite-sized chunks over several pages. With static HTML, this is easily achieved by dividing the article into logical separations and creating separate .htm files for each. Here's how to do it using ASP for an article that gets posted to a database....

Professional VB.NET (Wrox Books): Sample Chapter     
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This is chapter 12 from the Wrox book Professional VB.NET. It covers inheritance and interfaces, addressing the concept of inheritance, when to use it, and how to create the base classes and derived classes in order to implement inheritance...

Upgrade Wizard Ins and Outs     
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This chapter focuses on the Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Wizard. Specifically,we’ll look at the approach the Upgrade Wizard takes to upgrade your Visual Basic 6 application to Visual Basic .NET. This chapter will address questions such as, What will my code look like after it has been upgraded? What types of
projects are upgraded? How will my forms, classes, modules, controls, and ActiveX controls be upgraded? What happens when a component, property,method, event, or language statement can’t be ...

Upgrading VB Application Wizard Projects     
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This chapter looks specifically at upgrading projects created with the VB Application Wizard. Because the wizard generates the same forms and modules for the applications it creates, each project will have the same problems that can be fixed in the same way. Of course, the wizard creates shell projects that are used as a basis for development. Here we’ll discuss only the issues common to these shell projects generated by the wizard—not ones that may occur with code you have subsequently added...

Upgrading COM+Components     
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COM+ services and Microsoft Transaction Server components are the backbone of most major Microsoft Visual Basic business applications. This chapter starts with an introduction to implementing COM+ services in Microsoft .NET and then moves on to describe how to upgrade basic COM+ components. Although the emphasis is on transactional objects and object construction, the information here applies to the upgrading of all kinds of COM+ components. From this chapter you should take away a basic underst...

Understanding Visual Basic.NET Syntax and Structure     
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This paper attempts to introduce the Visual Basic.NET language to you regardless of which of these three groups you fall into. For VB novices, this paper will bring you up to speed in a hurry. For VBScripters, this paper will help you make the jump from VBScript to Visual Basic. And finally, for the savvy VB developer, this paper will help you scope out the changes made to your trusty old language....

Building Websites with VB.NET - Chapter 7: Creating Custom Modules     
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In this chapter, we are going to walk you through creating a custom module for the CoffeeConnections portal. A custom module can consist of one or more custom web controls. The areas we will cover are: Creating a private assembly project to build and debug your module, Creating View and Edit controls, Adding additional options to the module settings page, Implementing the IActionable, ISearchable, and IPortable interfaces, Using the Dual List Control, Creating a SQLDataProvider, Packaging your m...

Free Book - Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers     
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Get a focused, first look at the features and capabilities in Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and .NET Framework 2.0. If you currently work with Visual Basic 6, these authors fully understand the adoption and code migration issues you’ll encounter. They’ll step you through a quick primer on .NET Framework programming, offering guidance for a productive transition. If you already work with .NET, you’ll jump directly into what’s new, learning how to extend your existing skills. Fr...

101 Visual Basic and C# Code Samples     
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This download includes a master set of Visual Basic and Visual C# code samples demonstrating various aspects of the language in the following areas: syntax, data access, Windows Forms, Web development and Web services, XML, security, the .NET Framework, file system and file I/O, interop and migration issues, COM+, ADO.NET, and advanced topics including graphics with GDI+, remoting, serialization, MSMQ, and Windows services....

Building Windows Applications     
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An extensive introduction to programming using the new Windows client development model in Visual Basic .NET, covering the windows form designer, events, form resizing, dialog boxes and more....

Object Syntax Introduction     
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A Sample Chapter 5 from "Professional VB.NET 2nd Edition". Visual Basic has had powerful object-oriented capabilities since the introduction of version 4.0. VB.NET carries that tradition forward. VB.NET simplifies some of the syntax and greatly enhances these capabilities, and now supports the four major defining concepts required for a language to be fully object-oriented. In this chapter we'll explore the creation and use of classes and objects in VB.NET....

ADO.NET Data-Binding in Windows Forms     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework provides an extremely powerful and flexible mechanism for binding data to properties of controls. Although in the majority of cases you will bind to the displayed value of a control—for example, the DisplayMember property of a ListBox control or the Text property of a TextBox control—you can bind any property of a control to a data source....

Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming in Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET     
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A Sample Chapter from "Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming in Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET". In this chapter, I’ll talk about the different kinds of methods a type can define and the various issues related to methods. Specifically, I’ll show you how to define constructor methods (both instance and type), how to pass parameters by reference to a method and how to define methods that accept a variable number of parameters, how to use optional parameters, and how to use static variables ...

Attributes (VB.NET Language in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition)     
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Sample Chapter 8 from VB.NET Language in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition
Attributes are declarative tags that can be used to annotate types or class members, thereby modifying their meaning or customizing their behavior. This descriptive information provided by the attribute is stored as metadata in a .NET assembly and can be extracted either at design time or at runtime using reflection.To see how attributes might be used, consider the < WebMethod > attribute, which might appear in code as fo...

Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#: Chapter 38: The Payroll User Interface: Model View Presenter     
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Our payroll application is coming together nicely at this point. It supports adding hourly, salary, and commissioned employees. Each employee's payments may be delivered by mail, direct deposit, or held in the office. The system can calculate the pay for each employee and have it delivered on a variety of schedules. Furthermore, all the data created and used by the system is persisted in a relational database....

Design Patterns: Command Pattern     
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A Command Pattern allows requests to an object to exist as an object. What does that mean? It means that if you send a request for some function to an object, the command object can house that request inside the object. This is useful in the case of undoing or redoing some action, or simply storing an action in a request queue on an object. When you send the request, it is stored in the object. Then later, if you need to access that same request, or apply the request or some method on the reques...

Book Review: Murach's Beginning Visual Basic.NET     
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Murach's Beginning Visual Basic.NET could be subtitled "Learn By Doing." Like the VB6 Murach book, it takes a hands-on approach to teaching the language and is designed to get beginners up and running with the language as soon as possible.According to the book's introduction, the book is for anyone who wants to learn the language, including Java, COBOL, or VB 6 programmers, as well as those who have little or no programming experience at all. However, unless you fall into the last category, you ...

Problems That Require Redesign     
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As you get used to upgrading applications and become more familiar with the modifications needed to get them working in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, you start noticing that some problems can be remedied with a one-line fix, whereas
others require you to recode the problem area or even redesign it. This chapter looks at the most common of the redesign problems and shows you how to get each working in Visual Basic .NET....

Adding Value to Your Applications     
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In this chapter, we’ll demonstrate a number of new features that you may want to add to your upgraded applications. You’ll see how to load objects dynamically from other DLLs, create rich graphics that were out of the reach of Visual Basic 6 programming, access the registry with less effort than ever
before, and work with the powerful new Microsoft .NET file classes....



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