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Beginning Visual Basic 2015

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Beginning Visual Basic 2015

Beginning Visual Basic 2015
by Bryan Newsome
Wrox | December 2015 | ISBN-10: 1119092116 | 624 pages | ePUB/True PDF | 60 MB

Visual Basic is an ideal beginner's language because it's versatile, visual, and easy-to-use. This book is designed specifically for new programmers, with clear explanations and step-by-step instruction to help beginners start programming quickly, and comprehensive coverage of Visual Studio's latest features to help streamline the workflow. Start with the fundamentals to build the critical programming skill set, or dip in and out as needed to find quick guidance on ASP.NET, SQL Server, ADO.NET, and XML. This patient guide assumes no prior experience, providing detailed explanations and plenty of hands-on practice.
- Walks through the Visual Basic installation, tools, and interface to create a simple application
- Explains the .NET framework and the fundamentals of writing software for Windows® or the web
- Provides expert tips for working with data structures, dialogs, menus, and more
- Shows how to access data and program databases using SQL Server® and ADO.NET
- Leads step-by-step through web application and website development using ASP.NET
- Demonstrates a variety of methods for debugging and handling the different types of errors

Wrox Beginning guides are crafted to make learning programming languages and technologies easier than you think, providing a structured, tutorial format that will guide you through all the techniques involved.

About the author
Bryan Newsome is a senior programmer/analyst and a Microsoft Certified Application Developer for VB.NET. Since starting his career with Visual Basic 5, he has embraced each new version and now creates all new applications leveraging the .NET platform and VB.NET. Bryan has built a reputation around providing solutions and mentoring on leading-edge Microsoft technologies.

Introduction xxvii
Chapter 1: Welcome to Visual Basic 2015 1
Chapter 2: The Microsoft .NET Framework 25
Chapter 3: Writing Software 37
Chapter 4: Controlling the Flow 87
Chapter 5: Working with Data Structures 127
Chapter 6: Building Windows Applications 179
Chapter 7: Displaying Dialogs 209
Chapter 8: Creating Menus 255
Chapter 9: Debugging and Error Handling 283
Chapter 10: Building Ob jects 325
Chapter 11: Adv anced Ob ject-Oriented Techniques 367
Chapter 12: Acc essing Data Using Structured Query
Chapter 13: Database Programming with SQL Server and ADO.NET 427
Chapter 14: ASP .NET 483
Chapter 15: Deploying Your Application 515
Chapter 16: Windows 8 Apps 529
Appendi x: Exercise Soluti ons 557
Index 569

Beginning Visual Basic 2015

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