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The Book of VB .NET: .NET Insight for VB Developers

by: Matthew MacDonald

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Publisher: NO STARCH PRESS,Feb-2002

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 1886411824
ISBN13: 9781886411821

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A complete introduction to .NET development, covering everything from XML to web services

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Built on the Microsoft .NET framework, Visual Basic .NET allows programmers to create everything from full-featured Internet applications to sophisticated Windows programs with the latest eye-catching interfaces. This comprehensive guide is organized into a series of lightning tours and real-world examples, covering web development, XML, databases, and user interface design. Each chapter begins with an overview of changes from Visual Basic 6. The book also includes extra code examples, references to additional online material, and helpful tips about planning, design, and architecture.


      About the Author:


  MATTHEW MACDONALD is an author, educator and MCSD developer. He teaches Visual Basic at the college level and is a contributing author of ASP.NET in a Nutshell (O'Reilly) and co-author of Programming .NET Web Services (O'Reilly).