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Visual Basic 2005 Jumpstart

Опубликовано на портале: 14-11-2006
Изд-во: O'Reilly Media, 2005, 214 с.
Okay, VB6 developers--time's up. Microsoft no longer supports this version of Visual Basic, but VB 2005 offers several attractive reasons to upgrade. Our jumpstart guide lets you test-drive the beta version of VB 2005 with three hands-on projects that let you learn the new syntax quickly. It's the painless way to migrate, and the perfect training manual for moving to the world of .NET.



1. Introducing Visual Basic 2005

     Create the Application and Its Main Window

     Add a Menu and Toolbar

     Connect to a Database and Browse Records

     Create an Exit Dialog Box

     Handle Exit and Close Events

     Run and Debug the Application

     Inspect an Object at Runtime

     Add an About Box

     Configure the Application


2. Programming with Visual Basic

     Data Types





     Type Conversion



     Functions and Subroutines


     My Namespace


3. Putting Object-Oriented Programming to Work

     Working with Classes and Objects

     Reusing and Customizing Classes

     Designing Your Own Classes

     Controlling How Classes Are Implemented


4. Developing a Windows Application

     Creating the Windows Application and Building the Main Window

     Viewing Book Information Offline

     Deploying the Application

     Automatic Updating


5. Building Web Applications

     Building the Storefront

     Creating a Shopping Cart

     Members Area

     Testing the Application


6. Moving from VB 6 to VB 2005

     Migrate, Replace, Rewrite, or Reuse?

     Using COM Objects in VB 2005

     Upgrading VB 6 Applications



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