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Programming Visual Basic 2008 Język: 2

9780596518431

Cena Brutto: 200.66

Cena netto: 191.10

Ilość:
Wersja: Drukowana
Autor Tim Patrick
Liczba_stron 784
Wydawnictwo OReilly Media
Data_Wydania 2008-05-27
Poziom All Levels

Informacje podstawowe:

  • Wydawnictwo: O'Reilly Media
  • Data wydania: 27 maja 2008
  • Liczba stron: 784
  • Autor/autorzy:
    • Tim Patrick

Opis:

Ever since Visual Basic was merged into .NET, it's become the core language for creating business applications with Windows. The latest version, VB 2008, is even more useful - and provides even more incentive for migrating from VB 6. All it lacks is a good book on how to harness its power. Programming Visual Basic 2008 fills the void.

Written in a lively and engaging style by a developer who's grown up with Visual Basic, including both VB 6 and VB .NET, this hands-on guide addresses the core topics of the new VB, from basic to complex, with plenty of code examples.

Programming Visual Basic 2008 also examines .NET programming from the application level with a chapter-by-chapter plan for developing, documenting, and deploying a full data-driven application. You learn, step-by-step, how to build and deploy a library management system, complete with patron, inventory, and barcode support.

The book's broad range of topics include:

  • VB language and its syntax
  • An overview of the .NET Framework
  • Object-oriented development in VB and .NET
  • Generic objects, collections, and nullable types
  • Design and management of software projects
  • Integrating desktop features with Windows Forms
  • Database design with SQL Server 2008
  • Database interface design with ADO.NET
  • The new LINQ feature, and how to use it within VB and .NET
  • Embedding XML within application source code
  • Encryption and authentication in .NET
  • Interacting with data stored in files and directories
  • Web development using ASP.NET
  • Deploying an application to a user's workstation
  • And much more

Programming Visual Basic 2008 is ideal for VB 6 programmers who are ready to move to .NET, as well as VB.NET programmers who wish to improve their project-focused software development skills. Programming novices and developers coming from other languages will find the book valuable because of its language instruction and project design knowledge.

Once you finish the book, you will have a firm grasp of VB 2008's core concepts and language elements, and understand how to build VB projects as they were intended - as complete, cohesive solutions.

O autorze/autorach:

Tim Patrick

Tim Patrick is a software architect and developer with 25 years of experience in designing and building custom software solutions. As a Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, he spends his days writing Visual Basic applications. Tim has published five tutorial and reference books on Visual Basic development, along with several articles on Visual Basic and related technologies. His works include "Visual Basic 2005 in a Nutshell" and "Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook," both published by O'Reilly Media.

View Tim Patrick's full profile page.

Zawartość (spis treści):

  1. Chapter 1 Introducing .NET

    1. Before .NET
    2. Back to Introducing .NET
    3. The .NET Object
    4. The Parts of the .NET Framework
    5. From Source Code to EXE
    6. What About Visual Studio and Visual Basic?
    7. Visual Studio 2008
    8. Summary
    9. Project
  2. Chapter 2 Introducing Visual Basic

    1. The History of the Visual Basic Revolution
    2. Visual Basic from the Inside Out
    3. The Basics of Logic and Data
    4. Data Types and Variables
    5. Intermission
    6. Comments
    7. Option Statements
    8. Basic Operators
    9. Using Functions and Subroutines
    10. Conditions
    11. Loops
    12. Creating Your Own Procedures
    13. Other Flow Control Features
    14. Events and Event Handlers
    15. Namespaces
    16. The My Namespace
    17. Summary
    18. Project
  3. Chapter 3 Introducing the Project

    1. The Library Project
    2. The Needs of the Users
    3. The Life of a Project
    4. Summary
    5. Project
  4. Chapter 4 Designing the Database

    1. Relational Databases
    2. SQL Server 2005
    3. SQL
    4. Using Databases in Visual Basic
    5. Documenting the Database
    6. Summary
    7. Project
  5. Chapter 5 .NET Assemblies

    1. What Is an Assembly?
    2. What's Inside an Assembly?
    3. Assemblies and Applications
    4. The My Namespace and Assemblies
    5. Directives and Assemblies
    6. Summary
    7. Project
  6. Chapter 6 Data and Data Types

    1. The Nature of Computer Data
    2. Data in .NET
    3. Visual Basic Data Types
    4. Literals
    5. Constants
    6. Enumerations
    7. Variables
    8. Variable and Constant Naming Conventions
    9. Local Type Inference
    10. Operators
    11. Static Variables
    12. Arrays
    13. Nullable Types
    14. Common Visual Basic Functions
    15. Summary
    16. Project
  7. Chapter 7 Windows Forms

    1. Inside a Windows Application
    2. Windows in .NET
    3. Making Forms Useful
    4. Summary
    5. Project
  8. Chapter 8 Classes and Inheritance

    1. Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
    2. OOP in Visual Basic and .NET
    3. Related Issues
    4. Summary
    5. Project
  9. Chapter 9 Functional Programming

    1. Lambda Expressions
    2. Object Initializers
    3. Error Handling in Visual Basic
    4. The Nature of Errors in Visual Basic
    5. Unstructured Error Handling
    6. Structured Error Handling
    7. Unhandled Errors
    8. Managing Errors
    9. Summary
    10. Project
  10. Chapter 10 ADO.NET

    1. What Is ADO.NET?
    2. Overview of ADO.NET
    3. Data Sets Versus No Data Sets
    4. Connecting to SQL Server with Visual Studio
    5. Interacting with SQL Server in Code
    6. Database Transactions
    7. ADO.NET Entity Framework
    8. Summary
    9. Project
  11. Chapter 11 Security

    1. Security Features in .NET
    2. Cryptography and Encryption
    3. Encryption in .NET
    4. Other Security Features
    5. Summary
    6. Project
  12. Chapter 12 Overloads and Extensions

    1. What Is Operator Overloading?
    2. What Can You Overload?
    3. Other Operator Overloading Issues
    4. Extension Methods
    5. Summary
    6. Project
  13. Chapter 13 XML

    1. What Is XML?
    2. The XML Rule
    3. XML Content
    4. Using XML in .NET: The Old Way
    5. Using XML in .NET: The New Way
    6. Summary
    7. Project
  14. Chapter 14 Application Settings

    1. A Short History of Settings
    2. Settings in Visual Basic 2008
    3. Summary
    4. Project
  15. Chapter 15 Files and Directories

    1. Traditional Visual Basic File Management
    2. Manipulating Files Through Streams
    3. File Management with the My Namespace
    4. Summary
    5. Project
  16. Chapter 16 Generics

    1. What Are Generics?
    2. Variations of Generic Declaration
    3. Summary
    4. Project
  17. Chapter 17 LINQ

    1. What Is LINQ?
    2. Anonymous Types
    3. LINQ to Objects
    4. Basic Query Expressions
    5. Converting Results to Other Forms
    6. Aggregate Queries
    7. Advanced Query Expressions
    8. LINQ to XML
    9. LINQ for ADO.NET-Related Data
    10. Deferred Execution
    11. Summary
    12. Project
  18. Chapter 18 User Interface

    1. Overview of GDI+
    2. Selecting a Canvas
    3. Choosing Pens and Brushes
    4. Flowing Text from the Font
    5. Imagining Images
    6. Exposing Your True Artist
    7. Paths: Drawings on Macro-Vision
    8. Keeping It Regional
    9. Twisting and Turning with Transformations
    10. Enhancing Controls Through Owner Draw
    11. Windows Presentation Foundation
    12. Enhancing Classes with Attributes
    13. Summary
    14. Project
  19. Chapter 19 Localization and Globalization

    1. Defining Globalization and Localization
    2. Resource Files
    3. The My.Resources Object
    4. Localizing Forms Within Visual Studio
    5. Adding Resources Outside Visual Studio
    6. Manually Compiling Resources
    7. Other Localization Features
    8. Summary
    9. Project
  20. Chapter 20 Printing

    1. Printing in Windows
    2. Printing in .NET
    3. Printing a Document
    4. Print Preview
    5. Counting and Numbering Pages
    6. Printing in "Raw" Mode
    7. Summary
    8. Project
  21. Chapter 21 Reporting

    1. Report Options in .NET
    2. Using Reporting Controls in .NET
    3. Summary
    4. Project
  22. Chapter 22 Licensing Your Application

    1. Software Licensing Options
    2. License Agreements
    3. Obfuscation
    4. The Library Licensing System
    5. Summary
    6. Project
  23. Chapter 23 Web Development

    1. How the Internet Works
    2. Programming the Internet
    3. ASP.NET Features
    4. Trying Out ASP.NET
    5. More About Events
    6. State and View State
    7. Data Validation
    8. Database Integration
    9. Windows Communication Foundation
    10. Summary
    11. Project
  24. Chapter 24 Adding Online Help

    1. Windows Online Help Options
    2. Designing HTML Help
    3. Accessing HTML Help
    4. Summary
    5. Project
  25. Chapter 25 Deployment

    1. What's Involved in Deployment?
    2. Deployment Methods Within Visual Studio
    3. Summary
    4. Project
  26. Chapter 26 Project Complete

    1. The Library Project
    2. Visual Basic Flexibility
    3. The Programming Mindset
    4. Summary
  1. AppendixInstalling the Software

    1. Download the Software
    2. Install the Software
    3. Install Project Templates
    4. Install Code Snippets
    5. Bar Code Support
  2. AppendixSoftware License Agreement

    1. Terms of Use
  3. Colophon

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