Alessandro Del Sole Foreword by Beth Massi Senior Program Manager. Microsoft Visual Studio Visual Basic UNLEASHED Alessandro Del Sole Visual. Mastering Microsoft Visual Basic / Evangelos Petroutsos. Visual Basic Programming Conventions Code Commenting Conventions Basic programming . Part II Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic 7 Class I joined the Visual Basic team in and in the entire time that I've known him since.
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The Latest News Tab Creating Visual Basic Projects Accessing Recent and Online Templates Searching for Installed Templates Creating Reusable Projects and Items Templates Finding Visual Basic Projects Working with the Code Editor Working with Tool Windows The Solution Explorer Window Error List Window The Properties Window Output Window My Project Application Tab Compiling Projects Debug and Release Configurations Other Compile Options Advanced Compile Options Debugging Overview Debugging an Application Breakpoints and Data Tips About Runtime Errors Edit and Continue Object Browser Window Accessing Members Imports Directives End Region Directives A New Feature: Implicit Line Continuation Understanding Project Files Dissecting My Project Resources and the Resources.
Application Settings Understanding References Deploy Without PIAs Final Considerations Common Type System Everything Is an Object Introducing Value Types and Reference Types Object and System. Understanding Value Types Using Value Types Working with BigInteger Building Custom Value Types Understanding Reference Types Memory Allocation Object-Oriented Differences Performance Differences Understanding Implicit Conversions Boxing and Unboxing Deep Copy and Shallow Copy The GetType Keyword Conversion Operators Widening and Narrowing Conversions Working with Strings Working with Dates Working with Time Working with GUIDs Working with Arrays Common Operators Arithmetic Operators Assignment Operators Logical, Bitwise and Shift Operators Concatenation Operators Comparison Operators Conditional Code Blocks End With statement Preparing an Example Debugging Instrumentation Debugging in Steps Mixed Mode Debugging Working with Breakpoints and Trace Points Locals Window Command Window Call Stack Window Watch Windows Threads Window Autos Window Debugger Visualizers Debugging in Code The Debug Class The Trace Class Understanding Trace Listeners Using Debug Attributes in Your Code Introducing Exceptions Handling Exceptions Are You Upgrading from Visual Basic 6?
The Throw Keyword The When Keyword Catching Exceptions Without a Variable Declaring Classes Nested Classes Avoiding Ambiguities with Local Variables Read-Only Properties Write-Only Properties Exposing Custom Types Accessing Properties Default Properties Invoking Methods Methods Arguments: ByVal and ByRef Overloading Methods Exit from Methods Partial Classes Partial Methods Overloading Constructors Object Initializers Shared Members Shared Classes Shared Fields Shared Properties Shared Methods Shared Constructors Where Do I Need to Apply?
Naming Conventions Rules About Classes Rules About Properties Rules About Methods Rules About Arrays End Using Statement Putting Dispose and Finalize Together Object Resurrection Advanced Garbage Collection Interacting with the Garbage Collector Understanding Generations and Operation Modes Why Are Namespaces So Useful?
Nested Namespaces Root Namespace Global Keyword Modules Overview No Constructor No Inheritance Support No Interface Implementation Passing Structures to Methods Organizing Structures Overloading Operators Overloading CType Using Enumerations Useful Methods from System.
Enum Values As Bit Flags Applying Inheritance Illustrating System. Object in Detail Introducing Polymorphism Overriding Members NotOverridable Keyword Overloading Derived Members Conditioning Inheritance NotInheritable Keyword MustInherit and MustOverride Keywords Accessing Base Classes Members MyBase Keyword MyClass Keyword Overriding Shared Members Defining Interfaces Passing Interfaces As Method Arguments Interfaces and Polymorphism Interfaces Inheritance Most Common.
NET Interfaces The IEnumerable Interface The IComparable Interface The IConvertible Interface The IFormattable Interface Introducing Generics Consuming Generic Types Implementing Generic Methods Understanding Constraints Overloading Type Parameters Introducing Nullable Types Understanding Delegates Declaring Delegates Combining Delegates: Multicast Delegates Handling Events Raising Events Creating Custom Events The ArrayList Collection The Queue Collection The Stack Collection The HashTable Collection The ListDictionary Collection The OrderedDictionary Collection The SortedList Collection The HybridDictionary Collection The StringCollection Collection The StringDictionary Collection The NameValueCollection Collection The BitArray Collection The Bitvector32 Collection Working with Generic Collections The List Of T Collection Working with Collection Initializers Building Custom Collections Concurrent Collections Visual Studio Class Designer Enabling the Class Designer Adding and Designing Objects Implementing Derived Classes Creating Multiple Diagrams Exporting the Diagram Class View Window Class Details Window Coding New Types Generating Shared Members On-the-Fly Code and Object Initializers Generating Complex Objects Interfaces Additions The System.
Path Class Directory Class DirectoryInfo Class DriveInfo Class Manipulating Files File Class FileInfo Class Handling File Exceptions Understanding Permissions Introducing Streams Reading and Writing Text Files Reading and Writing Binary Files Using Memory Streams Using Streams with Strings Compressing Data with Streams Networking with Streams Introducing My Retrieving Assembly Information Working with Cultures Deployment and Environment Information Working with the File System Working with the Clipboard Playing Audio Files Managing the Keyboard Working with the Registry Accessing the Network Getting Computer Information Settings Events Getting Resources by Name in Code Extending My Extending My.
Application and My. Resources and My. My in Different Applications Understanding Application Events Local Type Inference Option Infer Directive Local Type Inference Scope Array Literals Multidimensional and Jagged Arrays Extension Methods Coding Custom Extension Methods Exporting Extension Methods Anonymous Types Relaxed Delegates Lambda Expressions Type Inference and Lambda Expressions Multiline Lambdas Sub Lambdas Lexical Closures Ternary If Operator Generic Variance Contra Variance Introducing ADO.
Data Providers Connection Modes Introducing DataSets Creating DataSets LINQ Examples Language Support Understanding Providers Querying in Memory Objects Understanding Deferred Execution Projection Operators Restriction Operators Aggregation Operators Understanding the Let Keyword Generation Operators Ordering Operators Set Operators Grouping Operators Union Operators Equality Operators Elements Operators Partitioning Operators Inserting Entities Updating Entities Deleting Entities Mapping Stored Procedures Using the Log Custom Validations Handling Optimistic Concurrency Writing the Connection String Understanding CopyToDataTable Introducing Entity Framework Entity Designer Tool Windows Instantiating the ObjectContext Adding Entities Validating Data Linq Namespace Xml Literals Understanding Embedded Expressions Xml Schema Inference Simulating an Intensive Work Sams Publishing; 1 edition May 17, Language: English ISBN Start reading Visual Basic Unleashed on your Kindle in under a minute.
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That's where my excitement stops. My textbook would teach you how to do thing A and then in the Chapter Exercises, ask you to do thing B. Close, but not the same thing.
The next book had a different naming convention which threw me for a loop and didn't cover the same "To Learn" list so vocabulary words that didn't make sense the first time around didn't get any clearer the second time around. The same with the next book. This book doesn't teach you to do anything. It's more like an Encyclopedia Visual Estudia, lol.
I have immense respect for him for having the knowledge and patience to produce this massive work, but I wish he'd created an "Introduction to Visual Studio Unleashed" with step-by-step instructions, defined vocabulary terms, exercises, and end of chapter tests. You know, like a textbook. This book will meet a novice genius and make his day At the Salvation Army.
This is a very good book, but you must have some background VB knowledge to use it. I generally search the internet for help before I bust it out. But, the few times I couldn't find help online, it was invaluable. This book is used as a reference for Visual Basic It is very satisfactorily. I use VB too rarely to remember the sentaxes so I have to use reference material.
I think this is a great book for all VB developers, both beginners and expert. The author covers all the aspects of VB language, from the basics to the advanced features such as Lamda expressions, extensions, covariance and contra variance and Parallel Programming.
Very usefull are the arguments about the Data Access, WPF programming, Azure, Interop usefull especially for VB6 developers that helps to start building applications using these technologies. The only "flaw" that I could found is: Personally I would have avoided the asp. Overall it's a great book!
This book is an excellent coverage of Visual Basic in the Visual Studio environment. The book is well written, comprehensive with very good source code samples. It is also an excellent reference for people who have already done some VisualBasic programming.
If you want a great resource book to add to your collection, this is the book for you. I highly recommend this book. If you want to learn Visual Basic If you already a professional Visual Basic. NET developer and you want to learn the differences with the release of Visual Basic.. The first computer book since two years which is lying beside my bed Great book!
Easy to read, makes things easy to learn. About the shipment: A bit annoying. You might want to check this one out in a local book store before purchasing it.
I ordered it from Amazon for my Kindle and wish I would have looked at the physical book beforehand.