Programming Visual Basic .NET, Second Edition is the complete guide to application development using Visual Basic .NET. Entirely rewritten by .NET expert Jesse Liberty, the new edition of this tutorial will be essential reading for the millions of Visual Basic programmers looking to make the change to Microsoft's .NET programming environment. Thorough, entertaining, and easy to follow, this book provides a comprehensive and detailed overview of the language, object-oriented programming, and the .NET Framework, and goes even further--you'll learn how to create Windows and Web applications, as well as Web services.A comprehensive introduction to the Visual Basic .NET language, this new edition covers topics of greatest concern to VB6 programmers who wish to make the transition from traditional Visual Basic 6 programming to the new object-oriented, component-based world of .NET. Loaded with practical examples for intermediate and advanced programmers, Programming Visual Basic .NET focuses on turning you into a proficient .NET developer.Some of the topics in the book include:
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Jesse Liberty is the best selling author of Programming ASP.NET, Programming C#, and a dozen other books on web and object oriented programming. He is president of Liberty Associates, Inc., where he provides contract programming, consulting and on-site training in ASP.NET, C#, C++ and related topics. Jesse has been a Distinguished Software Engineer at AT&T and Vice President for technology development at CitiBank.Contenuti:
Preface; About This Book; How This Book Is Organized; Conventions Used in This Book; Support; We’d Like to Hear from You; Acknowledgments; The Visual Basic .NET Language; Chapter 1: Visual Basic .NET andthe .NET Framework; 1.1 Visual Basic and .NET; 1.2 The .NET Platform; 1.3 The .NET Framework; 1.4 Compilation and the MSIL; 1.5 The VB.NET Language; Chapter 2: Getting Started: “Hello World”; 2.1 Examining Your First Program; 2.2 Writing and Building Your Programs; 2.3 Using the VS.NET Debugger; Chapter 3: Language Fundamentals; 3.1 VB.NET Versus VB6; 3.2 VB.NET Types; 3.3 Identifiers; 3.4 Variables and Constants; 3.5 Whitespace; 3.6 Statements; 3.7 Branching; 3.8 Iteration (Looping) Statements; 3.9 Operators; 3.10 Logical Operators Within Conditionals; Chapter 4: Object-Oriented Programming; 4.1 Creating Models; 4.2 Classes and Objects; 4.3 Class Relationships; 4.4 The Three Pillars of Object-Oriented Programming; 4.5 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design; Chapter 5: Classes and Objects; 5.1 Defining Classes; 5.2 Method Arguments; 5.3 Constructors; 5.4 Initializers; 5.5 Copy Constructors; 5.6 The Me Keyword; 5.7 Using Shared Members; 5.8 Destroying Objects; 5.9 Overloading Methods and Constructors; 5.10 Encapsulating Data with Properties; 5.11 Passing Parameters by Value and by Reference; Chapter 6: Inheritance and Polymorphism; 6.1 Specialization and Generalization; 6.2 Inheritance; 6.3 Polymorphism; 6.4 Abstract Methods and Classes; 6.5 NotInheritable Classes; 6.6 The Root of All Classes: Object; 6.7 Boxing and Unboxing Types; 6.8 Nested Classes; Chapter 7: Structures; 7.1 Defining a Structure; 7.2 Calling the Default Constructor; 7.3 Creating Structures Without New; Chapter 8: Interfaces; 8.1 Defining an Interface; 8.2 Implementing an Interface; 8.3 Implementing More Than One Interface; 8.4 Casting to an Interface; 8.5 Extending Interfaces; 8.6 Combining Interfaces; 8.7 Overriding Interface Implementations; Chapter 9: Arrays, Indexers, and Collections; 9.1 Arrays; 9.2 Multidimensional Arrays; 9.3 System.Array; 9.4 Indexers and the Default Property; 9.5 The Collection Interfaces: IEnumerable; 9.6 .NET Collection Types: Beyond Array; 9.7 Copying from a Collection Type to an Array; Chapter 10: Strings; 10.1 Creating Strings; 10.2 Manipulating Strings; 10.3 Regular Expressions; 10.4 The Regex Class; Chapter 11: Exceptions; 11.1 Throwing and Catching Exceptions; 11.2 Rethrowing Exceptions; Chapter 12: Delegates and Events; 12.1 Delegates; 12.2 Multicasting; 12.3 Delegates and Callback Mechanisms; 12.4 Events; Programming with VB.NET; Chapter 13: Building Windows Applications; 13.1 Creating a Simple Windows Form; 13.2 Creating a Windows Forms Application; 13.3 Deploying an Application; Chapter 14: Accessing Datawith ADO.NET; 14.1 Relational Databases and SQL; 14.2 The ADO.NET Object Model; 14.3 Getting Started with ADO.NET; 14.4 Using ADO Managed Providers; 14.5 Working with Data-Bound Controls; 14.6 Changing Database Records; 14.7 ADO.NET and XML; Chapter 15: Building Web Applicationswith Web Forms; 15.1 Understanding Web Forms; 15.2 Creating a Web Form; 15.3 Adding Controls; 15.4 Data Binding; 15.5 Responding to Postback Events; Chapter 16: Programming Web Services; 16.1 SOAP, WSDL, and Discovery; 16.2 Building a Web Service; 16.3 Creating the Proxy; VB.NET and the .NET CLR; Chapter 17: Assemblies and Versioning; 17.1 PE Files; 17.2 Metadata; 17.3 Security Boundary; 17.4 Versioning; 17.5 Manifests; 17.6 Multi-Module Assemblies; 17.7 Private Assemblies; 17.8 Shared Assemblies; Chapter 18: Attributes and Reflection; 18.1 Attributes; 18.2 Reflection; Chapter 19: Marshaling and Remoting; 19.1 Application Domains; 19.2 Context; 19.3 Remoting; Chapter 20: Threads and Synchronization; 20.1 Threads; 20.2 Synchronization; 20.3 Race Conditions and Deadlocks; Colophon;
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