Programming Microsoft Visual Basic.Net

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9780072850543: Programming Microsoft Visual Basic.Net

Get the expert guidance and code samples you need to take full advantage of all the power of Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. Accelerate your productivity with Visual Basic(R) .NETand quickly create powerful Win32(R) applications and high-performance, scalable applications for the Webwith this indispensable tutorial and reference. Building on the success of the author's popular programming book for Visual Basic 6.0, this new book teaches you the best practices for porting and reusing existing Visual Basic code in the .NET Framework as well as for exploiting the language's advanced new object-oriented capabilities. It covers the common language runtime (CLR), multithreaded programs, Windows(R) Forms applications, GDI+ graphic programming, Windows services, ADO.NET classes for database programs, ASP.NET Web Forms, and Web Services. It includes advanced optimization techniques and tips for leveraging the power of the Microsoft(R) Visual Studio(R) .NET environment.

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Use Visual Basic. NET—and existing Visual Basic code—to quickly build powerful, object-oriented applications for the Web

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Delivers the instruction, code, and scenario-based solutions that help developers create robust, reusable, XML-enabled code with Visual Basic .NET faster

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Balena, Francesco
Published by Microsoft Press (2003)
ISBN 10: 007285054X ISBN 13: 9780072850543
New Paperback Quantity Available: 1
Murray Media
(North Miami Beach, FL, U.S.A.)

Book Description Microsoft Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11007285054X

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